Short-term auditory memory in children using cochlear implants
AuthorDawson, Pam W.; Busby, Peter A.; McKay, Colette M.; Clark, Graeme M.
Source Title2001 Conference of Implantable Auditory Prostheses
Document TypeConference Item
CitationsDawson, P. W., Busby, P. A., McKay, C. M., & Clark, G. M. (2001). Short-term auditory memory in children using cochlear implants. In 2001 Conference of Implantable Auditory Prostheses, Asilomar, Pacific Grove, California.
Access StatusOpen Access
There are many factors contributing to the variance in language performance of children using cochlear implants. Typically studies have investigated the predictive value of demographic factors such as duration of profound deafness. It is possible that profound auditory deprivation prior to implantation may have caused auditory processing deficits at a cortical level and, in particular, a deficit in short-term, sequential auditory memory. The aim of the study was to assess short-term sequential auditory memory ability in young children using cochlear implants and to investigate the relationship of this ability to receptive language performance.
Keywordscochlear implants; speech perception; language performance; auditory memory
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