Performance of some of the better cochlear-implant patients.

@article{Tyler1989PerformanceOS,
  title={Performance of some of the better cochlear-implant patients.},
  author={Richard Tyler and Brian C. J. Moore and Francis K. Kuk},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1989},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={887-911}
}
The main purpose of this study was to provide an independent corroboration of open-set word recognition in some of the better cochlear-implant patients. These included the Chorimac, Nucleus (one group from the U.S.A. and one group from Hannover, Germany), Symbion, Duren/Cologne and 3M/Vienna implants. Three experiments are reported: (1) word recognition in word lists and in sentences; (2) environmental sound perception, and (3) gap detection. On word recognition, the scores of 6 Chorimac… CONTINUE READING

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