Spectral-Temporal Modulated Ripple Discrimination by Children With Cochlear Implants.

  title={Spectral-Temporal Modulated Ripple Discrimination by Children With Cochlear Implants.},
  author={David M. Landsberger and Monica Padilla and Amy Schaefer Martinez and Laurie S. Eisenberg},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  volume={39 1},
OBJECTIVES A postlingually implanted adult typically develops hearing with an intact auditory system, followed by periods of deafness (or near deafness) and adaptation to the implant. For an early implanted child whose brain is highly plastic, the auditory system matures with consistent input from a cochlear implant. It is likely that the auditory system of early implanted cochlear implant users is fundamentally different than postlingually implanted adults. The purpose of this study is to… CONTINUE READING
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