2015
DOI: 10.1590/1982-0216201517622714
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Caracterização dos tipos de erros cometidos na avaliação do processamento auditivo por meio do Staggered Spondaic Word test

Abstract: RESUMO: Objetivo: caracterizar os tipos de erros cometidos no teste Staggered Spondaic Words por pacientes submetidos à avaliação do processamento auditivo e correlacioná-los com idade, sexo, escolaridade e subperfil de alteração. Métodos: foram incluídos os testes Staggered Spondaic Words pertencentes a um banco de dados particular, realizados em pacientes de 7 a 19 anos de idade, no período de junho de 2011 a setembro de 2013. Resultados: os tipos de erros mais frequentes foram: omissão de palavra (76,66%… Show more

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“…Cognitive processes of attention, memory (23,24) , emotion and motivation directly influence the results obtained in the behavioral hearing tests (24) . Among the environmental influences, we have education as an important factor (6,7,18,20,25) . Descriptive analysis of the variable level of schooling showed that there was a decrease in the occurrence of pauses at all stages of the test as the level of schooling increased.…”
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“…Cognitive processes of attention, memory (23,24) , emotion and motivation directly influence the results obtained in the behavioral hearing tests (24) . Among the environmental influences, we have education as an important factor (6,7,18,20,25) . Descriptive analysis of the variable level of schooling showed that there was a decrease in the occurrence of pauses at all stages of the test as the level of schooling increased.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…We already expected the influence of schooling on the time to carry out the requested activity, because hearing and linguistic skills are associated with neural processing and common underlying cognitive resources (14) Studies with dichotic listening tests reported better performance for individuals with higher education when compared to subjects of the same age and level of schooling (6,7,14,18,20,25) . The highest incidence of pauses in the population with low level of schooling comes from the direct association between level of schooling and linguistic-cognitive skills (26) .…”
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“…Such complex functions are assessed through the behavioral battery of the Auditory Processing (AP) performed in an acoustic booth in which distorted auditory stimuli are used so that the central nervous system capacity to analyze and interpret the presented stimulus is analyzed. It is also possible to assess central auditory functions through electrophysiological assessment [4][5][6] .…”
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