A comparison of temporal processing and spectral processing abilities of monolingual, bilingual and multilingual children

@article{Kumar2020ACO,
  title={A comparison of temporal processing and spectral processing abilities of monolingual, bilingual and multilingual children},
  author={Kaushlendra Kumar and Raghavan Sreeshma and Mohan Kumar Kalaiah},
  journal={International Journal of Audiology},
  year={2020},
  volume={59},
  pages={501 - 505}
}
Abstract Objective: This study examined the effects of bilingualism and multilingualism on supra-threshold auditory processing abilities in children. Design: Cross-sectional study. Study sample: Ninety children participated in the study, based on the number of languages they know children were assigned into three groups, i.e. monolingual, bilingual and multilingual. Amplitude modulation detection threshold, gap detection threshold, pitch discrimination threshold and spectral ripple… 

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