Issue Date

2016

Abstract

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of asymmetry in auditory performance and asymmetry in hearing history on bilateral outcomes in children. Specifically, bilateral benefit was compared to a) individual ear performance on speech recognition and localization measures, and b) the hearing history of each ear.

Language

English

Publisher

Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine

Subject (MeSH)

Child; Cochlear Implants; Hearing Loss, Bilateral; Auditory Perception; Hearing Tests

Document Type

Thesis

Advisor

Firszt, Jill B.; Cadieux, Jamie

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