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August 2005 - Volume 26 - Supplement 4
pp: 1S-91S

Effects of Minimum Stimulation Settings for the Med El Tempo+ Speech Processor on Speech Understanding

Spahr, Anthony J.; Dorman, Michael F.

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):2S-6S, August 2005.

Cochlear Implant Outcome Is Not Influenced by the Choice of Ear

Francis, Howard W.; Yeagle, Jennifer D.; Bowditch, Stephen; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):7S-16S, August 2005.

Prelexical Vocalization in Normal Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Infants Before and After Cochlear Implantation and Its Relation to Early Auditory Skills

Kishon-Rabin, Liat; Taitelbaum-Swead, Riki; Ezrati-Vinacour, Ruth; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):17S-29S, August 2005.

Spoken Word Recognition in Children With Cochlear Implants: A Five-Year Study on Speakers of a Tonal Language

Lee, Kathy Yuet Sheung; van Hasselt, Charles Andrew

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):30S-37S, August 2005.

A Different Approach to Using Neural Response Telemetry for Automated Cochlear Implant Processor Programming

McKay, Colette M.; Fewster, Leonie; Dawson, Pam

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):38S-44S, August 2005.

Pharmacological Enhancement of Aural Habilitation in Adult Cochlear Implant Users

Tobey, Emily A.; Devous, Michael D. Sr; Buckley, Kristi; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):45S-56S, August 2005.

Genetic Algorithms for Adaptive Psychophysical Procedures: Recipient-Directed Design of Speech-Processor MAPs

Wakefield, Gregory H.; van den Honert, Chris; Parkinson, Wendy; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):57S-72S, August 2005.

Two New Directions in Speech Processor Design for Cochlear Implants

Wilson, Blake S.; Schatzer, Reinhold; Lopez-Poveda, Enrique A.; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):73S-81S, August 2005.

Spoken Word Recognition Development in Children with Residual Hearing Using Cochlear Implants and Hearing Aids in Opposite Ears

Holt, Rachael Frush; Kirk, Karen Iler; Eisenberg, Laurie S.; More

Ear and Hearing. 26(4):82S-91S, August 2005.