Neurophysiology of cochlear implant users II: comparison among speech perception, dynamic range, and physiological measures.

@article{Firszt2002NeurophysiologyOC,
  title={Neurophysiology of cochlear implant users II: comparison among speech perception, dynamic range, and physiological measures.},
  author={Jill B. Firszt and Ron D Chambers And and Nina Kraus},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={516-31}
}
OBJECTIVE The overall objective of this study was to relate electrically evoked potentials recorded from different levels of the auditory pathway with behavioral measures obtained from adult cochlear implant subjects. The hypothesis was that adult recipients of cochlear implants who have open-set speech perception and those recipients with no open-set speech perception would differ in their neurophysiologic responses recorded at one or more levels of the auditory pathway. DESIGN The subjects… CONTINUE READING

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