Observational assessments of the interaction of implant recipients with family and peers: preliminary findings.

Abstract

Two experiments were conducted to determine the feasibility of direct observational methods in the assessment of social interactions between cochlear implant recipients and their families and peers. With laboratory analogs of parent-child interactions and peer interactions, children with implants and deaf children were videotaped. These videotapes were then… (More)

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