Neural Mechanisms Supporting Robust Discrimination of Spectrally and Temporally Degraded Speech

Abstract

Cochlear implants provide good speech discrimination ability despite highly limited amount of information they transmit compared with normal cochlea. Noise vocoded speech, simulating cochlear implants in normal hearing listeners, have demonstrated that spectrally and temporally degraded speech contains sufficient cues to provide accurate speech… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10162-012-0328-1

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@article{Ranasinghe2012NeuralMS, title={Neural Mechanisms Supporting Robust Discrimination of Spectrally and Temporally Degraded Speech}, author={Kamalini Gayathree Ranasinghe and William A. Vrana and Chanel J. Matney and Michael P. Kilgard}, journal={Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology}, year={2012}, volume={13}, pages={527-542} }