The upper limit of temporal pitch for cochlear-implant listeners: stimulus duration, conditioner pulses, and the number of electrodes stimulated.

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Three experiments studied discrimination of changes in the rate of electrical pulse trains by cochlear-implant (CI) users and investigated the effect of manipulations that would be expected to substantially affect the pattern of auditory nerve (AN) activity. Experiment 1 used single-electrode stimulation and tested discrimination at baseline rates between… (More)
DOI: 10.1121/1.3291981

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@article{Carlyon2010TheUL, title={The upper limit of temporal pitch for cochlear-implant listeners: stimulus duration, conditioner pulses, and the number of electrodes stimulated.}, author={Robert P. Carlyon and John M. Deeks and Colette M. McKay}, journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America}, year={2010}, volume={127 3}, pages={1469-78} }