Relationships Among Speech Perception, Production, Language, Hearing Loss, and Age in Children With Impaired Hearing

Blamey, Peter J.; Sarant, Julia Z.; Paatsch, Louise E.; Barry, Johanna G.; Bow, Catherine P.; Wales, Roger J.; Wright, Maree; Psarros, Colleen; Rattigan, Kylie; Tooher, Rebecca
April 2001
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p264
Academic Journal
Investigates the relationships among speech perception and production, language, hearing loss and age in children with impaired hearing. Effect of a cochlear implant; Limitations of linear regression analysis; Course of language development over time; Time dependence of speech perception scores.


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