discrimination score

discrimination score

the percentage of words that a subject can repeat correctly from a list of phonetically balanced words presented at 25-40 dB above the speech reception threshold.

dis·crim·i·na·tion score

(dis-krim'i-nā'shŭn skōr)
The percentage of words that a subject can repeat correctly from a list of phonetically balanced words presented at 25-40 dB above the speech reception threshold.
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A score based on the number of items correct is calculated for each subtest, and then a composite discrimination score is calculated for each sensory domain by summing totals from each subtest.
There was no significant change from preoperative baseline in pure-tone average or speech discrimination score in any patient.
Hearing acuity was determined the day before surgery by pure tone audiometry and speech discrimination score (DS).
Typically, AN is suspected among patients with asymmetrical hearing loss accompanied by unilateral tinnitus, a low speech discrimination score (SDS) which is disproportional to pure tone audiometry, and abnormal auditory brainstem responses (ABR).
In the transsexual group, AU was positively associated with an average discrimination score ([beta] = .45, 95% CI [.21, .70]) and an average CC score ([beta] = .32, 95% CI [.10, .54]) (Table 2).
Ability to understand speech was assessed by calculating the Speech Discrimination Score (SDS) of all the patients in both groups.
Multiple regression analysis showed that 30% of the variance in the sport competition level an athlete achieved could be accounted for by an equation that included: ankle movement discrimination score, years of sport-specific training, and shoulder and spinal movement discrimination scores (p < 0.001).
Our first hypothesis was that perceived discrimination would be positively related to internalized stigma, and that the individual subtle discrimination score would have the strongest relation.
Speech discrimination score assessments were carried out by audiometry.4 The study was approved by Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Medicine.
The instrument recorded the shortest distance between the prongs where the women could feel two pressure points versus one, called a two-point discrimination score. The tests were repeated three and six months later.
A listing of the comprehensive religious discrimination score for each state is provided in Appendix A.
response time) per Item, Discrimination score, and bias score.