Influence of Broad Auditory Tuning on Across-Frequency Integration of Speech Patterns

Conclusions: The intolerance for small across-frequency asynchronies observed previously does not appear attributable to broad tuning. Instead, the present data suggest that the across-frequency processing mechanism in at least some listeners with hearing impairment might be less robust to this type of degradation.

from the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research

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