The Spanish SRT & Word Recognition Basic©-Harris Version consists of a trisyllable word list for obtaining speech recognition threshold (SRT) and four lists of 50 bisyllable words for speech discrimination. Additionally, the recording includes verbal patient instructions in Spanish. The lists are spoken by a male talker. This version does not use a carrier phrase. A three-second interval is used between words.
This product includes a) audio recording, and b) printed word lists. This item does not include administrator instructions or normative data. It is assumed that purchasers of Auditec’s auditory tests are well trained in the use, purpose, and interpretation of basic tests. Available from Auditec, Inc. Use the “Buy Now” button below or call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order. FREE shipping to contiguous US.
Spanish SRT & Word Recognition Basic©-Harris Version (CD Format); Item No. CD146-9; Price $99.00 USD + S&H*
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⇒How does the Harris version differ from the Standard version? Both versions consist of trisyllable words for SRT and bisyllable words for word recognition; however, the lists consist of different words. Both include patient instructions in Spanish. The Standard version includes written patient instructions, but the Harris version includes verbal instructions. The Harris version would be most appropriate for patients from Central America or southern Mexico. The Standard version would be best for patients from northern Mexico. The Harris version does not utilize a carrier phrase and has a three-second interval between words, but the Standard version does use a carrier phrase and has a four-second interval between words.