Re: Music appreciation test for CI patients (Matthias Milczynski )

Subject: Re: Music appreciation test for CI patients
From:    Matthias Milczynski  <Matthias.Milczynski@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 27 Feb 2008 18:57:41 +0100

I should specify my problem: What I would like to do is to present complex pieces of music (multi-instrument) from different genres (e.g. pop, jazz, classic etc without vocals, if possible) to the subjects. The subjects are then asked to give their opinion about these tunes by filling out a questionnaire. The questionnaire e.g. contains questions about sound quality, preference for particular tunes, evtl. emotions etc. I was wondering whether anybody has developed something similar (maybe in the scope of a bigger test battery?). Thank you for your comments! Matthias Ward R. Drennan wrote: > See: > > Nimmons GL, Kang RS, Drennan WR, Longnion J, Ruffin C, Worman T, Yueh > B, Rubinstein JT. > > Clinical Assessment of Music Perception in Cochlear Implant Listeners. > Otol Neurotol. 2007 Aug 2;Publish Ahead of Print [Epub ahead of print] > > The test has been validated and that manuscript by RS Kang et al. is > in review. > > > On Mon, 25 Feb 2008, Matthias Milczynski wrote: > >> Dear list, >> >> I'm looking for music appreciation tests which would also be suitable >> for Cochlear Implant users. >> >> I appreciate any references. >> >> Thank you very much. >> >> Matthias Milczynski >> >> >> Disclaimer: >> > > > Ward R. Drennan, Ph. D. > VM Bloedel Hearing Research Center > Department of Otolaryngology > University of Washington Box 357923 > Seattle, WA 98195 > Office: (206) 897-1848 > Fax: (206) 616-1828 > Disclaimer:

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