Weighting of cues for fricative place of articulation perception by children wearing cochlear implants

Conclusions: Children wearing a cochlear implant use similar cue-weighting strategies as normal listeners (i.e. all apply more weight to the frication noise than to the transition cue), but may have limitations in processing formant transitions and in cue interaction.

from the International Journal of Audiology

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