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Effect of the Number of Maxima and Stimulation Rate on Phoneme Perception Patterns Using Cochlear Implant Simulation
Sungmin Lee, Lisa Lucks Mendel
Clinical Archives of Communication Disorders. 2016;1(1):87-100.   Published online 2016 December 29    DOI: https://doi.org/10.21849/cacd.2016.00066

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Effect of the Number of Maxima and Stimulation Rate on Phoneme Perception Patterns Using Cochlear Implant Simulation
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