A Bayesian adaptive procedure, that is, the quick auditory filter (qAF) procedure, has been shown to improve the efficiency for estimating auditory filter shapes of listeners with normal hearing. The current study evaluates the accuracy and test–retest reliability of the qAF procedure for naïve listeners with a variety of ages and hearing status.
Shen, Y., Kern, A. B., & Richards, V. M. (2019). Toward Routine Assessments of Auditory Filter Shape. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 62(2), 442-455.