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Prediction of auditory performance following cochlear implantation of prelingually deaf young children

Nikolopoulos, T., Archbold, S., Lutman, M.E. and O'Donoghue, G.M. (2000) Prediction of auditory performance following cochlear implantation of prelingually deaf young children In, Waltzman, S. and Cohen, N.J. (eds.) Cochlear implants. New York, USA, Thieme Medical

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Table of Contents
1. Basic Science: Cellular changes in the Auditory CNS following Cochlear Dysfunction 2. Regeneration-Repair and Protection in the Inner Ear: Implications for Cochlear Implantation 3. Long Term Effects of Deafness and Chronic Electrical Stimulation of the Cochlea 4. New Directions in Implant Design 5. Section Criteria and Evaluation 6. Imaging 7. Electrophysiology and Device Telemetry 8. Surgical Techniques for Cochlear Implants 9. Vestibular Effects and Vestibular Function 10. Complications of Cochlear Implant Surgery 11. Device Programming 12. Variables Affecting Speech Perception in Children 13. Auditory-Verbal Practice 14. Educational Implications of Cochlear Implantation-Conflict or Collaboration? 15. Language Development 16. Speech Production 17. Speech Perception by Adults 18. Auditory Brain Stem Implants
Epilogue: Future Directions

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Published date: 2000
Organisations: Human Sciences Group


Local EPrints ID: 10492
ISBN: 0865778825 / 313117451X
PURE UUID: 426b8bc6-191a-4902-a949-4a1fa18639b5

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Date deposited: 08 Feb 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:06

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Author: T. Nikolopoulos
Author: S. Archbold
Author: M.E. Lutman
Author: G.M. O'Donoghue
Editor: S. Waltzman
Editor: N.J. Cohen

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