Perception of Binaural Cues Develops in Children Who Are Deaf through Bilateral Cochlear Implantation

@inproceedings{Gordon2014PerceptionOB,
  title={Perception of Binaural Cues Develops in Children Who Are Deaf through Bilateral Cochlear Implantation},
  author={Karen Ann Gordon and Michael R. Deighton and Parvaneh Abbasalipour and Blake Papsin},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
There are significant challenges to restoring binaural hearing to children who have been deaf from an early age. The uncoordinated and poor temporal information available from cochlear implants distorts perception of interaural timing differences normally important for sound localization and listening in noise. Moreover, binaural development can be compromised by bilateral and unilateral auditory deprivation. Here, we studied perception of both interaural level and timing differences in 79… CONTINUE READING
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