Speech audiometry is an important aspect of audiological testing. One aspect of speech audiometry is the measurement of an individual's speech reception threshold (SRT). Materials needed to measure the SRT are available in many languages; however, recorded materials for the Mongolian Language are not widely available. The purpose of this study was to develop a list of psychometrically equivalent words for evaluating the hearing abilities of native Mongolian speaking individuals. A set of 90 commonly used bisyllabic Mongolian words were digitally recorded by a male and female talker of Mongolian and then evaluated by 20 native Mongolian listeners. A final list of 28 words with relatively steep psychometric function slopes were selected and digitally adjusted to reduce intensity threshold variability among words. Digital recordings of the 28 psychometrically equivalent bisyllabic words are available on compact disc to facilitate SRT testing of native Mongolian speakers.
College and Department
David O. McKay School of Education; Communication Disorders
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Gilbert, Kristen Nicole, "Psychometrically Equivalent Bisyllabic Words for Speech Reception Threshold Testing in Mongolian" (2009). All Theses and Dissertations. 1694.
speech audiometry, SRT, Mongolian