Katrina Agung King

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This paper reports speech and loudness measures on a group of children in a double-blind cross-over trial comparing the NAL-NL1 and DSL[i/o] prescriptions. Twenty-four children with hearing impairment were fitted with digital WDRC hearing aids at each site (Australia, Canada). Speech recognition was measured for nonsense syllables and for the 50% correct(More)
This paper reports intelligibility judgments and real-life functional performance of 48 children in a double-blind, cross-over trial comparing the NAL-NL1 and the DSL v.4.1 prescriptions. Intelligibility judgments were obtained by using a paired-comparisons procedure with audiovisual stimuli. Functional performance of children during two eight-week periods,(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to determine whether, in young children, a cortical neurophysiologic representation of the voicing status of a stop consonant could be found in the absence of the N1 component in the cortical auditory evoked potential (CAEP). In adults, a 'double-on' N1 response is often considered a cortical marker of VOT representation.(More)
We describe the ontogeny of feline temporal lobe epilepsy after amygdala kindling in 24 cats, aged 2.5 months to over 1 year. In so doing, we report the first experimental model of spontaneous epilepsy in immature animals. Preadolescent kittens (n = 12 less than or equal to 6.5 months) are far more likely to develop epilepsy, indexed by spontaneous(More)
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