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Modeling the relationship between psychophysical perception and electrically evoked compound action potential threshold in young cochlear implant recipients: clinical implications for implant fitting

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E. Truy
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B. Charasse
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J.M. Chanal
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Nadine Cochard
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J.P. Piron
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S. Ribas
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Olivier Deguine
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Bernard Fraysse
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M. Mondain
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A. Uziel
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L. Collet
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hal-02373011 , version 1 (20-11-2019)

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H. Thai-Van, E. Truy, B. Charasse, Florent Boutitie, J.M. Chanal, et al.. Modeling the relationship between psychophysical perception and electrically evoked compound action potential threshold in young cochlear implant recipients: clinical implications for implant fitting. Clinical Neurophysiology, 2004, 115, pp.2811--2824. ⟨hal-02373011⟩
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