The Head-Turn Preference Procedure For Testing Auditory Perception
Infant Behavior And Development
The Head-Turn Preference Procedure (HPP) is valuable for testing perception of sustained auditory materials, particularly speech. This article presents a detailed description of the current version of HPP, new evidence of the objectivity of measurements within it, and an account of recent modifications.
speech perception, auditory stimuli, observer bias, head-turn, preferences
Deborah G. Kemler Nelson, P. W. Jusczyk, D. R. Mandel, J. Myers, A. Turk, and L. Gerken.
"The Head-Turn Preference Procedure For Testing Auditory Perception".
Infant Behavior And Development.
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