Auditory-cognitive training improves language performance in prelingually deafened cochlear implant recipients
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AbstractObjectives: Phonological and working memory skills have been shown to be important for the development of spoken language. Children who use a cochlear implant (Cl) show performance deficits relative to normal hearing (NH) children on all constructs: phonological skills, working memory, and spoken language. Given that phonological skills and working memory have been shown to be important for spoken language development in NH children, we hypothesized that training these foundational skills would result in improved spoken language performance in CI-using children.
All Author(s) ListIngvalson EM, Young NM, Wong PCM
Journal nameInternational Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Volume Number78
Issue Number10
Pages1624 - 1631
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsCochlear implant; Phonological awareness; Spoken language; Training; Working memory
Web of Science Subject CategoriesOtorhinolaryngology; Pediatrics

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