Rose A Burkholder-Juhasz

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In modern cochlear implants, much of the information required for recognition of important sounds is conveyed by temporal modulation of the charge per phase in interleaved trains of electrical pulses. In this study, modulation detection thresholds (MDTs) were used to assess listeners' abilities to detect sinusoidal modulation of charge per phase at each(More)
Auditory prostheses use implanted electrode arrays that permit stimulation at many sites along the tonotopic axis of auditory neurons. Psychophysical studies demonstrate that measures of implant function, such as detection and discrimination thresholds, vary considerably across these sites, that the across-site patterns of these measures differ across(More)
Nonword repetition skills were examined in 24 pediatric cochlear implant (CI) users and 18 normal-hearing (NH) adult listeners listening through a CI simulator. Two separate groups of NH adult listeners assigned accuracy ratings to the nonword responses of the pediatric CI users and the NH adult speakers. Overall, the nonword repetitions of children using(More)
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