2 edition of Spectrally reduced speech and cochlear implantation found in the catalog.
Spectrally reduced speech and cochlear implantation
by Universiteit Antwerpen, Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen, Departement Germaanse, Afdeling Linguïstiek in [Wilrijk, Belgium]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 109-111.
|Series||Antwerp papers in linguistics ;, 51, Antwerp papers in linguistics ;, nr. 51.|
|LC Classifications||RF305 .L36 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||87148000|
The effects of electrical field spatial spread and some cognitive factors on speech-in-noise performance of individual cochlear implant users—A computer model study PLOS ONE, Nov Cited by: 1. Learning Outcomes: As a result of this activity, the participant will be able to identify the effects of hearing aid gain on the amplitude of cortical auditory evoked potentials in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired participants. Cortical auditory evoked potentials (CAEPs) originate from the auditory cortex in response to the onset, change, or the offset of a by: 6.
A chief example of that work was a project designed to build a reading machine for the blind, described by A. Liberman in his book, Speech: A Special Code (). When that project was initiated in , the goal of identifying invariant acoustic correlates to phonemic categories was considered reasonable and easily within reach. Outcome of cochlear implantation in pediatric auditory neuropathy. Otol Neurotol –, Crossref PubMed ISI Google Scholar; Cacace and McFarland Cacace AT and McFarland DJ. Central auditory processing disorder in school-aged children: a critical review. J Speech Lang Hear Res –, Crossref PubMed ISI Google Cited by:
The types of DNA mutations identiﬁed in patients with BOR syndrome suggest that the developmental malformations result from reduced gene dosage Mice with a targeted deletion of Eya1 also displayed similar severe external, middle, and inner ear defects, suggesting that the function(s) of this protein in ear development is evolutionary. Exploring Individual Differences in Spectrally Reduced Cochlear-Implant Hearing Naomi Croghan, Au.D., Ph.D., is a Research Audiologist at Cochlear Americas and an adjunct faculty member at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Her research interests focus on speech and music perception with hearing devices and cognitive hearing science. Naomi Croghan.
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Cued speech and cochlear implants. Chapter band spectrally reduced speech). representations prior to cochlear implantation will rapidly be.
A novel framework for noise robust ASR using Cochlear implant-like spectrally reduced speech Article in Speech Communication 54(1) January with 48 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Author(s): Lammens,Jo Title(s): Spectrally reduced speech and cochlear implantation/ Jo Lammens. Country of Publication: Belgium Publisher: [Antwerp, Belgium. This is partly because cochlear implant candidacy has expanded, and many people with significant residual hearing are now considering cochlear implantation.
Most current speech processing strategies use fixed-rate pulse trains modulated by low-pass filtered amplitude envelopes extracted from a limited number of frequency by: Nonword repetition with spectrally reduced speech: Some developmental and clinical findings from pediatric cochlear implantation.
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 12 (4), – Crossref Medline Google ScholarCited by: 2. Nonword repetition with spectrally reduced speech: some developmental and clinical findings from pediatric cochlear implantation Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education FallVol 12.
Cochlear implants (CIs) often work very well for many children and adults with profound sensorineural (SNHL) hearing loss. Unfortunately, while many CI patients display substantial benefits in recognizing speech and understanding spoken language following cochlear implantation, a large number of patients achieve poor by: Introduction.
Speech perception is the phenomenon through which the sounds of different languages are heard, understood, as well as, interpreted.
Speech perception is very importa. Loebach JL, Pisoni DB, Svirsky MA. Transfer of auditory perceptual learning with spectrally reduced speech to speech and nonspeech tasks: implications for cochlear implants. Ear Hear.
;30(6)– [PMID]. Thoroughly updated for its Second Edition, this book provides an in-depth discussion on prosthetic restoration of hearing via implantation.
The text succinctly discusses the scientific principles behind cochlear implants, examines the latest technology, and offers practical advice on how to assess candidates, how to implant the devices, and what rehabilitation is most effective.
Loebach JL, Pisoni DB, Svirsky M. Transfer of auditory perceptual learning with spectrally reduced speech to speech and nonspeech tasks: implications for cochlear implants. Ear Hear. ;30(6) CrossRef PubMed PubMedCentral Google ScholarAuthor: Kate Gfeller, Kate Gfeller.
The “lip-reading” phenomenon is well known in patients with degraded speech perception; i.e., reduced speech perception in the presence of poor auditory conditions, such as background noise and in patients with hearing loss, is improved by the combined presentation of visual speech [12, 15].Cited by: 1.
Effects of Threshold Adjustment on Speech Perception in Nucleus Cochlear Implant Recipients Busby, Peter A.; Arora, Komal Ear and Hearing. 37(3), May/June Purpose: Cochlear implants (CIs) provide reasonable levels of speech recognition quietly, but voice pitch perception is severely impaired in CI users.
The central question addressed here relates to how access to acoustic input pre-implantation influences vocal emotion production by individuals with CIs. The objective of this study was to compare acoustic characteristics of vocal emotions Author: Monita Chatterjee, Aditya M.
Kulkarni, Rizwan M. Siddiqui, Julie A. Christensen, Mohsen Hozan, Jenni. Role of contextual cues on the perception of spectrally reduced interrupted speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, (2), Mendel, L.L.
& Widner, H. Speech perception in noise for bilingual listeners with normal hearing. International Journal of Audiology, 55 (2), Cochlear implants make it possible to study changes in speech production after implantation in listeners who have been sound deprived for years or even decades (Perkell et al., ) and the resulting data can provide insights about underlying mechanisms in normal speech production (Lane et al.,Perkell et al., ).
Finally, a third Cited by: Cochlear implant listener vowel identification performance and confusion patterns with reduced channel programs. Poster presented at the Acoustical Society of America, Honolulu, HI.
Gianakas, S., Winn, M.B. Exploiting the Ganong effect to probe for phonetic uncertainty resulting from hearing loss. The ability to recognize speech that is degraded spectrally is a critical skill for successfully using a cochlear implant (CI).
Previous research has shown that toddlers with normal hearing can suc Author: Rochelle S. Newman. Cochlear implants make it possible to study changes in speech production after implantation in listeners who have been sound deprived for years or even decades (Perkell et al., ) and the resulting data can provide insights about underlying mechanisms in normal speech production (Lane et al.,Perkell et al., ).
Finally, a third Cited by: Loebach JL, Pisoni DB, Svirski MA. Transfer of auditory perceptual learning with spectrally reduced speech to speech and nonspeech tasks: Implications for cochlear implants.
Ear Hear. ; – [Europe PMC free article] [Google Scholar]. Radical advancements in hearing technology in the last 30 years have offered some deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) children the adequate auditory access necessary to acquire spoken language with high-quality early intervention.
However, meaningful achievement gaps in reading and spoken language persist despite the engineering marvel of modern hearing aids and cochlear by: 1.1 Introduction. The goal of recommending two cochlear implants (CIs) (Papsin & Gordon, ; Peters, Wyss, & Manrique, ; Ramsden et al., ) in children with bilateral deafness is to promote development of hearing with both ears, and to provide benefits of binaural study evaluated whether cortical development with bilateral CIs provided early and simultaneously in children Cited by: Despite the overall success of cochlear implantation, language outcomes remain suboptimal and subject to large inter-individual variability.
Early auditory rehabilitation techniques have mostly focused on low-level sensory abilities. However, a new body of literature suggests that cognitive operations are critical for auditory perception remediation.
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