Face mask type affects audio­vi­su­al speech intel­li­gi­bil­i­ty and sub­jec­tive lis­ten­ing effort in young and old­er adults.

Vio­let A. Brown, Wash­ing­ton Uni­ver­si­ty in St. Louis
@violetsarebrown

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Face mask type affects audio­vi­su­al speech intel­li­gi­bil­i­ty and sub­jec­tive lis­ten­ing effort in young and old­er adults.