Divya A. Chari

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OBJECTIVE To identify factors that enhance the enjoyment of music in cochlear implant (CI) recipients. Specifically, we assessed the hypothesis that variations in reverberation time (RT60) may be linked to variations in the level of musical enjoyment in CI users. STUDY DESIGN Prospective analysis of music enjoyment in normal-hearing individuals. SETTING(More)
OBJECTIVE Enjoyment of music remains an elusive goal following cochlear implantation. We test the hypothesis that reengineering music to reduce its complexity can enhance the listening experience for the cochlear implant (CI) listener. METHODS Normal hearing (NH) adults (N = 16) and CI listeners (N = 9) evaluated a piece of country music on three(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the relationship between pre-operative electronystagmography and videonystagmography test results and post-operative outcomes in dizziness, auditory sensitivity and speech recognition. METHODS A retrospective chart review was performed. Auditory sensitivity and speech perception ability were tested pre- and post-operatively in 37(More)
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