Effect of Head-Movement on Sound-Field ASSR Measurements

Sreeram Kaithali Narayanan, Søren Laugesen, Jonas Brunskog, Cheol-Ho Jeong, Valentina Zapata-Rodriguez

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Abstract

Sound-field auditory steady state response (sound-field ASSR) measurement is an objective alternative used for hearing aid fitting validation in infants. For including the hearing aid in the signal path, the stimulus is presented via a loudspeaker, and this approach comes with several challenges. These challenges include head-movement of the test subject, which cannot be guaranteed to remain still, especially with infants. Another aspect affecting the measurement can be the recording room itself. The primary focus of the study was to understand the effect of head-movement on sound-field ASSR measurements. It also looked in to the effect of the room in these measurements. The study was conducted on 11 normal
hearing test subjects for three different head-movement conditions and two different room conditions using a speech modified NB-CE Chirp stimulus.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2018
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventDanish Technical Audiological Society’s annual meeting 2018 - Vejlefjord Hotel, Vejle, Denmark
Duration: 5 Oct 20186 Oct 2018

Conference

ConferenceDanish Technical Audiological Society’s annual meeting 2018
LocationVejlefjord Hotel
CountryDenmark
CityVejle
Period05/10/201806/10/2018

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