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Figure 2: Performance-intensity function for mandarin pediatric speech intelligibility in quiet conditions and in the presence of competing speech messages (10 SNR, 5 SNR, 0 SNR, −5 SNR, −10 SNR) in the four experimental age groups, showing a decline in speech recognition success rate with increasing competing noise. No ceiling floor was observed in the four groups signal to noise ratios (SNR)

Figure 2: Performance-intensity function for mandarin pediatric speech intelligibility in quiet conditions and in the presence of competing speech messages (10 SNR, 5 SNR, 0 SNR, −5 SNR, −10 SNR) in the four experimental age groups, showing a decline in speech recognition success rate with increasing competing noise. No ceiling floor was observed in the four groups signal to noise ratios (SNR)