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Document type:
Buchbeitrag 
Author(s):
Seeber, B.; Hafter, E. 
Title:
Precedence-effect with cochlear implant simulation 
Pages contribution:
475-484 
Abstract:
Cochlear implants (CIs) help many patients to understand speech in quiet and in acoustically dry environments. However, patients still encounter great difficulties in situations of speech-in-noise or in reverberation. The precedence- effect paradigm can be used to study the impact of reflections on perception. It describes the perceptual suppression of a delayed sound copy in the presence of a leading sound. From the view of auditory scene analysis, precedence can be seen as the inability to seg...    »
 
Editor:
Kollmeier, B.; Klump, G.; Hohmann, V.; Langemann, U.; Mauermann, M.; Uppenkamp, S.; Verhey, J. 
Book title:
Hearing - from Sensory Processing to Perception 
Publisher:
Springer 
Publisher address:
Berlin, Heidelberg 
Year:
2007 
Print-ISBN:
978-3-540-73008-8 
E-ISBN:
978-3-540-73009-5 
TUM Institution:
Fachgebiet Audio-Signalverarbeitung 
Format:
Text