• Results of conventional audiological procedures, lengthened off-time Békésy, and electrodermal response audiometry are compared with pure-tone delayed auditory feedback procedures for 100 subjects referred for medical-legal audiological evaluation. Specific attention is given to a new economical prototype unit for pure-tone delayed auditory feedback, to the comparison of results of special test procedures, and to the necessity for a battery of tests for the audiological assessment of the nonorganic hearing loss population.
Citron D, Reddell RC. Electrodermal Response, Delayed Auditory Feedback, and Lengthened Off-Time Procedures: Comparison of Use for Medical-Legal Audiological Assessment. Arch Otolaryngol. 1976;102(4):204–206. doi:10.1001/archotol.1976.00780090046005
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