Qualities of Single Electrode Stimulation as a Function of Rate and Place of Stimulation with a Cochlear Implant.

@article{Landsberger2016QualitiesOS,
  title={Qualities of Single Electrode Stimulation as a Function of Rate and Place of Stimulation with a Cochlear Implant.},
  author={David M. Landsberger and Katrien Vermeire and Annes J Claes and Vincent Van Rompaey and Paul Van de Heyning},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2016},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={
          e149-59
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Although it has been shown previously that changes in temporal coding produce changes in pitch in all cochlear regions, research has suggested that temporal coding might be best encoded in relatively apical locations. The authors hypothesized that although temporal coding may provide useable information at any cochlear location, low rates of stimulation might provide better sound quality in apical regions that are more likely to encode temporal information in the normal ear. In the… CONTINUE READING
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