Re: [AUDITORY] Good introductory literature on cochlear implants (Sarah Hargus Ferguson )

Subject: Re: [AUDITORY] Good introductory literature on cochlear implants
From:    Sarah Hargus Ferguson  <sarah.ferguson@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Mon, 28 Oct 2013 14:18:07 +0000

I teach our CI class and the textbook I use is Programming Cochlear Implant= s by Wolfe and Schafer. It's far more up to date than any of the much more = expensive textbooks authored by M.D.s (not that I have anything against M.D= .s; their books are just always really really expensive) and it explains th= e technical aspects as well as programming, with lots of attention to the s= pecific details of the devices made by the 3 different manufacturers. A new= edition is slated for March 2014 but the 2010 is terrific.=20 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sarah Hargus Ferguson, Ph.D., CCC-A Assistant Professor Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders University of Utah -----Original Message----- From: AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception [mailto:AUDITORY@xxxxxxxx= ILL.CA] On Behalf Of David Morris Sent: Sunday, October 27, 2013 2:33 AM To: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxx Subject: Good introductory literature on cochlear implants Hi Stuart, It might be worth considering Niparko's book. There's not a lot of detail = on programming but the Wilson/Dorman chapter is in the same vein as the Loi= zou article you mention. =20 Cheers David Department of Scandinavian Studies and Linguistics University of Copenhagen= Njalsgade 120 2300 K=F8benhavn S

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