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Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery > Volume 15(1); 1972 > Article
Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 1972;15(1): 29-54.
Articulation Scores and Confusion Patterns of Selected 100 Korean Monosyllable Speech Sounds - Part II : Ariculation Scores and Confusion Patterns in Various Noisy Circumstances and Patients with Hearing Loss
Bang Hwan Yoo, MD (Director : Prof. Hong Kee Kim, MD, Assist. Prof. Kwan Taek Noh, MD)
Department of Otolaryngology, College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
選擇된 우리말 100單音節의 明瞭度와 誤聽像에 關한 硏究 - 第二編 騷音環境 및 難聽患者에서의 明瞭度와 誤聽像에 關한 硏究 -
劉方煥 (指導 : 金弘基 敎授, 盧寬澤 助敎授)
서울大學校 醫科大學 耳鼻咽喉科學敎室
ABSTRACT

Using one hundred monosyllables which represents Korean speech sounds, the author has studied articulation scores and confusion patterns of normal listeners in sound proof and various noise (white and speech) sircumstances and of those with hearing loss (conductive, mixed and perceptive). The results revealed as follows : 1) The tendency of confusion patterns was almost same in all test groups : confusion occurred among initial consonants, vowels and final consonants, respectively according to their distinctive features. 2) In both group of perceptive hearing loss and normal under ralatively intense noise circumstances, articulation function was same ; both showed many kinds of confusion patterns and poor articulation scores. 3) Initial consonants were most frequently confused and vewels least in the groups with poor articulation scores. 4) Though confusion patterns of each phoneme varied with test conditions in the same test group, confusion patterns, generally, appeared according to its phonetic characteristics. 5) Confusions among the phonemes which differ each other in phonetic quality occasionally occurred only in group with poor articulation scores. 6) Articulation scores were same in white and speech noise at 30 dB noise level, but more poor in speech noise than white at the level of 50 dB. 

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