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Figure 2: Typical examples of tinnitus likeliness spectra (solid lines) and hearing thresholds (dashed lines), for the three patient groups. Group 1 shows increasing spectra, group 2 has spectra with a distinct peak, group 3 consists of the remaining subjects, often displaying low - frequency tinnitus spectra. Pearson correlation coefficients of these examples: +0.86 (group 1), +0.62 (group 2) and −0.004 (group 3)

Figure 2: Typical examples of tinnitus likeliness spectra (solid lines) and hearing thresholds (dashed lines), for the three patient groups. Group 1 shows increasing spectra, group 2 has spectra with a distinct peak, group 3 consists of the remaining subjects, often displaying low - frequency tinnitus spectra. Pearson correlation coefficients of these examples: +0.86 (group 1), +0.62 (group 2) and −0.004 (group 3)