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Adaptation by normal listeners to upward spectral shifts of speech: implications for cochlear implants.
- S. Rosen, A. Faulkner, L. Wilkinson
- Mathematics, Medicine
- The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- 23 November 1999
Multi-channel cochlear implants typically present spectral information to the wrong "place" in the auditory nerve array, because electrodes can only be inserted partway into the cochlea. Although… Expand
Enhancement of Perceived Visual Intensity by Auditory Stimuli: A Psychophysical Analysis
- B. Stein, N. London, L. Wilkinson, D. Price
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
- 1 November 1996
Judgments of the intensity of a stimulus are dependent on the level of central nervous system activity it generates. Generally, it is assumed that such judgments are based on activity along… Expand
Representation and integration of multiple sensory inputs in primate superior colliculus.
1. The properties of visual-, auditory-, and somatosensory-responsive neurons, as well as of neurons responsive to multiple sensory cues (i.e., multisensory), were examined in the superior colliculus… Expand
The role of anterior ectosylvian cortex in cross-modality orientation and approach behavior
Physiological and behavioral studies in cat have shown that corticotectal influences play important roles in the information-processing capabilities of superior colliculus (SC) neurons. While… Expand
Perceptual adaptation by normal listeners to upward shifts of spectral information in speech and its relevance for users of cochlear implants
Multi-channel cochlear implants typically present spectral information to the wrong "place" in the auditory nerve array, because electrodes can only be inserted part of the way into the cochlea. Expand
Effects of the Number of Channels and Speech-to-Noise Ratio on Rate of Connected Discourse Tracking Through a Simulated Cochlear Implant Speech Processor
We investigate the effects of number of channels and speech-to-noise ratio on connected discourse tracking (CDT) through simulations of cochlear implant speech processing. Expand