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Phonetic identification in quiet and in noise by listeners with cochlear implants
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10.1121/1.2005887
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FIG. 1.

Average performance for listeners with CIs and listeners with NH on the continuum /i/-/u/ in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

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FIG. 2.

Average performance for listeners with CIs and listeners with NH on the /wɑ/-/jɑ/ continuum in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

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FIG. 3.

Average performance for listeners with CIs and listeners with NH on the /rɑ/-/lɑ/ continuum in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

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FIG. 4.

Average performance for listeners with CIs and listeners with NH on the say-stay continuum in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

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FIG. 5.

Average performance for NH listeners on the four- and eight-band simulations of the continuum /i/-/u/ in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

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Average performance for NH listeners on the four- and eight-band simulations of the /wɑ/-/jɑ/ continuum in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

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FIG. 7.

Average performance for NH listeners on the four- and eight-band simulations of the /rɑ/-/lɑ/ continuum in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

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Average performance for NH listeners on the four- and eight-band simulations of the say-stay continuum in quiet and in noise. Error bars represent one standard error of measurement.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Demographic characteristics of listeners with CIs. Listeners used a variety of Nucleus (N22 and N24) and Clarion (CI and CII) electrode configurations, including standard spiral (SPRL), HiFocus (HF), and HiFocus with electrode positioning system.

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TABLE II.

Performance for the individual listeners with CIs on experiment 1, measured as mean squared difference from the average performance of the NH listeners. See text for details.

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TABLE III.

Filter cutoffs for four- and eight-band simulations used in the CI simulations.

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