BASLP 2nd Semester Notes  » Paper 4: Audiology

Unit 4: Speech Audiometry

  • Importance and purpose
  • Different types of stimuli used in speech audiometry
  • Concept of phonetically and phonemically balanced
  • Speech detection thresholds – procedure and application
  • Speech reception thresholds – procedures and application
  • Word recognition scores –procedure and applications
  • PIPB function – procedure and applications
  • Factors affecting speech audiometry
  • BC speech audiometry – procedure and its application
  • Test materials available in various languages
Response Format for Speech Audiometry

Response Format for Speech Audiometry

Response Format for Speech Audiometry: An open-set format means the patient must respond without any prior knowledge of what the possible alternatives might be, whereas a closed-set format means the patient is provided with a choice of several possible response...

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What is Speech Audiometry Test?

What is Speech Audiometry Test?

What is Speech Audiometry Test: Speech Audiometry includes Speech Awareness/Detection Thresholds (SDT/SAT), Speech Reception/Recognition Thresholds (SRT), Word Recognition Testing/Score (WRS), and sensitized speech testing (filtered, compressed, speech in noise, etc.)...

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