How Vocal Emotions Produced by Children With Cochlear Implants Are Perceived by Their Hearing Peers

Sara A Damm
Sara A Damm
Jenni L Sis
Jenni L Sis
Aditya M Kulkarni
Aditya M Kulkarni

JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH, pp. 3728.0-3740.0, 2019.

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Abstract:

Purpose: Cochlear implants (CIs) transmit a degraded version of the acoustic input to the listener. This impacts the perception of harmonic pitch, resulting in deficits in the perception of voice features critical to speech prosody. Such deficits may relate to changes in how children with CIs (CCIs) learn to produce vocal emotions. The pu...More

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