Speech perception benefits for children using the Speak speech processing strategy in quiet and noise [Abstract]
AuthorWhitford, L.A.; Dowell, R.C.; Brown, C.; Gibson, W.P.R.; Clark, Graeme M.; Cowan, R. S. C.; Galvin, K. L.; Barker, E. J.; Sarant, J. Z.; Shaw, S.; ...
Source TitleAbstracts of 3rd International Congress on Cochlear Implants (Paris, 27-29 April 1995)
University of Melbourne Author/sClark, Graeme; Cowan, Robert; Dowell, Richard; Sarant, Julia; BARKER, ELIZABETH; Galvin, Karyn
Document TypeConference Item
CitationsCowan, R. S. C., Galvin, K. L., Barker, E. J., Sarant, J. Z., Shaw, S., Everingham, C., et al. (1995). Speech perception benefits for children using the Speak speech processing strategy in quiet and noise [Abstract]. In Abstracts of 3rd International Congress on Cochlear Implants (Paris, 27-29 April 1995), Paris, France.
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The Speak speech processing strategy, based on the Spectral Maxima Speech Processor (SMSP) developed at the University of Melbourne, has now been implemented in the Spectra 22 speech processor developed by Cochlear Pty Limited, and clinical trials of both patients changing from the previous Multipeak strategy to Speak and patients starting up with Speak have been conducted. Results in adult patients changing to Speak have shown significant improvements in speech perception in quiet and particularly in background noise as compared with Multipeak.
KeywordsSpeak; Nucleus Spectra-22 cochlear prosthesis; otolaryngology; otology
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