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Psychophysical and speech perception studies on two multiple channel cochlear implant patients

  • Y. C. Tong (a1), J. B. Millar (a1), G. M. Clark (a1), L. F. Martin (a1), P. A. Busby (a1) and J. F. Patrick (a1)...

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Department of Otolarygology, University of Melbourne, 32 Gisborne Street, East Melbourne, 3002, Victoria, Australia.

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Clark, G. M., Black, R., Dewhurst, D. J., Forster, I. C., Patrick, J. G., and Tong, Y. C. (1977) Medical Progress through Technology, 5, 127.
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Plomp, R. (1976) Aspects of Tone Sensation. Academic Press, London, p. 109.
Tong, Y. C., Black, R. C., Clark, G. M., Forster, I. C., Millar, J. B., O'Loughlin, B. J., and Patrick, J. F. (1979) Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 93, 679.

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