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Cochlear Implant Speech and Non-Speech Sound Recognition

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Cochlear Implant Speech and Non-speech Sound Recognition

The primary purpose of the research is to study how synthesized speech and non-speech percepts (sounds) are recognized in subjects with cochlear implants (CI) who are not getting functional speech recognition using existing speech to CI algorithms. By identifying a partial set of phonemes (units of speech) from this CI feedback, a new language could be developed.

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Cognate Speech Synthesizer sound percepts

The cognate speech synthesizer will generate an acoustic output, as well as a visual display of the acoustic signals. The outputs on the monitor and the synthesizer will be recorded.

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Evaluation of Speech and Non-speech Percept (Sound) Recognition in Cochlear Implant (CI) Patients Using an Audio Synthesize

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NCT03661970

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