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Auditory acuity normally reaches peak performance somewhere between 10 and 15 years of age, after which a gradual but consistent decline occurs to about age 65.
It may be possible that arranging all of the speakers within a region of relatively high auditory acuity would improve overall performance with load.
Variables of auditory acuity were measured in decibel units (dB) for both ears at eight different frequencies.
The minimum interval recognized by the individual is called auditory temporal resolution threshold, being the temporal auditory acuity [6].
Results from these hearing tests for each ear are entered into a series of tables to calculate level of disability due to impaired auditory acuity.
9,8] Developmental deficits can persist even after auditory acuity has been restored.