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Comparison of musical activiti es of cochlear implant users with different speech-coding strategies

Brockmeier, Steffi Johanna, Grasmeder, Mary, Passow, SSusanna, Mawmann, Deborah, Vischer, Mattheus, Jappel, Alexandra., Baumgartner, Wolfgang, Stark, Thomas, Muller, Joachim, Brill, S., Steffens, Thomas, Strutz, Jurgan, Keifer, Jan, Baumann, Uwe and Arnold, Wolfgang (2007) Comparison of musical activiti es of cochlear implant users with different speech-coding strategies Ear and Hearing, 28, (2 supplement), 49S-51S.

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Speech coding might have an impact on music perception of cochlear implant users. This questionnaire study compares the musical activities and perception of postlingually deafened cochlear implant users with three different coding strategies (CIS, ACE, SPEAK) using the Munich Music Questionnaire. Overall, the self-reported perception of music of CIS, SPEAK, and ACE users did not differ by very much.

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Published date: April 2007
Organisations: Human Sciences Group


Local EPrints ID: 63676
ISSN: 0196-0202
PURE UUID: a0fdc557-2a0e-4001-82a8-53f8bc9bb233

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Date deposited: 23 Oct 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:16

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Author: Steffi Johanna Brockmeier
Author: Mary Grasmeder
Author: SSusanna Passow
Author: Deborah Mawmann
Author: Mattheus Vischer
Author: Alexandra. Jappel
Author: Wolfgang Baumgartner
Author: Thomas Stark
Author: Joachim Muller
Author: S. Brill
Author: Thomas Steffens
Author: Jurgan Strutz
Author: Jan Keifer
Author: Uwe Baumann
Author: Wolfgang Arnold

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