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The aim of this article was to study sound source localization by cochlear implant (CI) listeners with low-frequency (LF) acoustic hearing in both the operated ear and in the contralateral

The aim of this article was to study sound source localization by cochlear implant (CI) listeners with low-frequency (LF) acoustic hearing in both the operated ear and in the contralateral ear. Eight CI listeners had symmetrical LF acoustic hearing and 4 had asymmetrical LF acoustic hearing. The effects of two variables were assessed: (i) the symmetry of the LF thresholds in the two ears and (ii) the presence/absence of bilateral acoustic amplification. Stimuli consisted of low-pass, high-pass, and wideband noise bursts presented in the frontal horizontal plane.

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  • 2014-11-30
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1159/000367883
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      1420-3030
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      1421-9700
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    Loiselle, L; Dorman, M F; Yost, W.; Gifford, R. (2015) Sound source localization by hearing preservation patients with and without symmetric, low-frequency acoustic hearing. Audiology and Neuro-otology, 20(3).166-171. http://dx.doi.org/10.1159/000367883

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