The evolution continues: the clinical trials of the SPEAK strategy in Nucleus 22 channel cochlear implant users [Abstract]
AuthorAntognelli, Trisha; Whitford, Lesley; SELIGMAN, PETER; Everingham, Colleen; Skok, Marisa; Plant, Kerrie; Hollow, Rod; Staller, Steve
Source TitleAustralian Journal of Audiology
Document TypeJournal Item
CitationsAntognelli, T., Whitford, L., Seligman, P., Everingham, C., Skok, M., Plant, K., et al. (1994). The evolution continues: the clinical trials of the SPEAK strategy in Nucleus 22 channel cochlear implant users [Abstract]. Australian Journal of Audiology, 15(suppl.2), 11-Oct.
Access StatusOpen Access
This is a publisher’s version of an article published in Australian Journal of Audiology 1994. This version is reproduced with permission from the publisher, Australian Academic Press. http://www.australianacademicpress.com.au/
Research in the field of cochlear implants continues in centres around the world. The aim of all centres is to improve the speech perception abilities of those children and adults fitted with a cochlear implant. Most recently the work of Hugh McDermott and Colette McKay (Melbourne University, Department of Otolaryngology) in developing and researching the SMSP (Spectral Maxima Sound Processor) has greatly enhanced the speech understanding abilities of a number of subjects implanted with the Nucleus 22 Channel Cochlear Implant.
Keywordsotolaryngology; SPEAK strategy; cochlear implant; speech perception; Cochlear Pty. Ltd.; University of Melbourne
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