Behavioral and Electrophysiologic Binaural Processing in Persons with Symmetric Hearing Loss


The behavioral and electrophysiological measures used in the present study clearly showed evidence of reduced binaural processing in ∼10 of the subjects in the present study who had symmetrical pure-tone sensitivity. These results underscore the importance of understanding binaural auditory processing and how these measures may or may not identify functional auditory problems.

from the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology

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