Kristy Grohne

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have shown that 4-to 6-year-old children differ systematically from adults in their ability to assign inverse scope to ambiguous sentences like (1) and (2). (1) The Smurf didn't catch two birds (2) Every horse didn't jump over the fence, these authors found that adults were able to assign either reading of (3) and (4) to sentences like (1) and (2),(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare surgical experience and measures of electrode and patient performance of children who were implanted with the Clarion (Advanced Bionics, Sylmar, CA, U.S.A.) device with and without the new electrode positioner (EP). STUDY DESIGN Prospectively and retrospectively collected data were compared between two independent groups. SETTING(More)
This study compares the auditory perceptual skill development of 23 congenitally deaf children who received the Nucleus 22-channel cochlear implant with the SPEAK speech coding strategy, and 20 children who received the CLARION Multi-Strategy Cochlear Implant with the Continuous Interleaved Sampler (CIS) speech coding strategy. All were under 5 years old at(More)
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