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By Fan-Gang Zeng (auth.), Fan-Gang Zeng, Arthur N. Popper, Richard R. Fay (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1441994335

ISBN-13: 9781441994332

Cochlear implants are at present the normal remedy for profound sensorineural listening to loss. within the final decade, advances in auditory technology and know-how haven't in basic terms drastically increased the software of electrical stimulation to different elements of the auditory fearful method as well as the cochlea, yet have additionally tested drastic alterations within the mind in responses to electrical stimulation, together with alterations in language improvement and song belief. quantity 20 of SHAR inquisitive about simple technology and know-how underlying the cochlear implant. despite the fact that, a result of newness of the guidelines and know-how, the amount didn't disguise any rising functions corresponding to bilateral cochlear implants, mixed acoustic-electric stimulation, and different forms of auditory prostheses, nor did it evaluation mind plasticity in responses to electrical stimulation and its perceptual and language outcomes. This proposed quantity takes to the air from quantity 20, and expands the exam of implants into new and hugely intriguing components. This edited e-book starts off with an outline and creation by means of Dr. Fan-Gang Zeng. Chapters 2-9 disguise technological improvement and the advances in treating the complete spectrum of ear issues within the final ten years. Chapters 10-15 talk about mind responses to electrical stimulation and their perceptual impression. This quantity is especially intriguing simply because there were quantum bounce from the normal expertise mentioned in quantity 20. therefore, this quantity is well timed and should be of genuine significance to the SHAR audience.

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When noise arrives from one side, the ear with the better SNR is more likely to provide better performance. However, in listeners with larger asymmetries, that may not be the case, so squelch measures can also overestimate true binaural benefit. Listening experience in bilateral CI 20 R. van Hoesel users favors the binaural condition and therefore potentially also imparts a positive bias to estimated binaural benefits. While comparison of binaural performance with the better monaural result avoids inflation because of better-ear listening, it potentially underestimates the binaural benefit for statistical reasons.

The reasons for these different outcomes in relation to time course effects are not clear but may include differences in subject groups and test 2 Bilateral Cochlear Implants 25 methods. Further assessment is needed, and the use of more direct measures of binaural abilities (such as binaural unmasking) may provide greater insight. 1 Localization in Quiet The term “localization” is used in the rest of this chapter and much of the CI literature in a somewhat inaccurate sense to describe the ability to relate percepts to external event locations, without considering actual perceived locations, which may for example be intracranial.

2009; Litovsky et al. 2010) but do increase when place is mismatched between ears (Poon et al. 2009) in a manner that is consistent with estimates of spread of excitation along the cochlea (Cohen et al. 2001). 7 shows whole-waveform ITD thresholds from three studies as a function of pulse rate for 14 subjects who all displayed good ITD sensitivity at 100 pps. Overall, ITD sensitivity deteriorates as pulse rate increases. At pulse rates below about 200 pps the average threshold in these subjects is about 150 ms, whereas at 800 pps or higher most subjects are unable to detect ITDs within the range available from natural headwidth considerations despite the presumed availability of the onset cue.

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