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Cochlear Implant (CI): Pages for Audiologists

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Cochlear Implant (CI): Pages for Audiologists

Pages for audiologists

 

 

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Cochlear Implant (CI) Technology and Music

This link is designed primarily for audiologists. It describes the technological features of cochlear implants (CI) and those aspects of music that are most to least effectively conveyed by the CI.

 

Cochlear Implants (CIs) and Music: Listening to Music

This link discusses how various factors (e.g., technical features of the CI, different types of musical sounds, listening environments) can affect music listening with CI recipients.

This link is designed primarily for audiologists. This page discusses how different listening environments (e.g., public and private settings) affect music listening with CI recipients.

These links are designed primarily for audiologists. They present (a) a model for a better understanding of many factors that can affect music experiences (active music listening or background music) of cochlear implant (CI) users and (b) implications for counseling CI recipients.  

 

Speech In Background Music

This link is designed primarily for hearing professionals. It describes 1) the problem of background music as a barrier to spoken communication and 2) some practical tips for reducing the negative impact of background music on spoken communication. 

 

Musicians with Cochlear Implants (CIs)

 

Music Training

This link is designed primarily for hearing professionals. It describes 1) the importance of music-based training for patients with hearing devices, 2) common music training approaches and types, and 3) considerations and recommendations.

This link provides different music-based training examples for hearing device users.