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Scientific Publications for Angel Sound
Here list the scientific publications for the research studies using Angel Sound.
2018: Cheng, X., Liu, Y., Shu, Y., Tao, D.D., Wang, B., Yuan, Y., Galvin, J.J., Fu, Q.-J., and Chen, B. (2018). Music training benefits music and speech perception in young Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants. Trends Hear. 2018 Jan-Dec;22:2331216518759214. doi: 10.1177/2331216518759214. Yu, F., Li, H., Zhou, X., Tang, X., Galvin, J.J., Yuan, W., and Fu, Q.-J. (2018). Effects of training on lateralization for simulations of cochlear implants and single side deafness, Front. Hum. Neurosci. 12:287. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2018.00287. 2015: Fu, Q.-J., Galvin, J.J. III, Wang, X. and Wu, J.L. (2015). "Benefits of music training in Mandarin speaking pediatric cochlear implant users," J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2015 Feb 1;58(1):163-9. doi: 10.1044/2014_JSLHR-H-14-0127. 2013: Oba, S., Galvin, J.J. III & Fu, Q.-J. (2013). "Minimal effects of visual memory training on auditory performance of adult cochlear implant users," J Rehabil Res Dev. 50(1), 99-110. 2012: Zhang, T., Dorman, M.F., Fu, Q.-J., & Spahr, A.J. (2012). “Auditory training in patients with unilateral cochlear implant and contralateral acoustic stimulation,” Ear Hear. 2012 Nov-Dec;33(6):e70-79. Galvin, J.J. III, Eskridge, E., Oba, S., & Fu, Q.-J. (2012). "Melodic contour identification training in cochlear implant users with and without a competing instrument," Seminars in Hearing 33(4), 399-409. 2011: Oba, S.I., Fu, Q.-J., & Galvin, J.J. (2011). “Digit Training in Noise Can Improve Cochlear Implant Users' Speech Understanding in Noise,” Ear Hear. 32(5), 573-581. 2008: Fu, Q.-J. & Galvin, J.J. (2008). “Maximizing Cochlear Implant Patients' Performance with Advanced Speech Training Procedure,” Hearing Research 242(1-2), 198-208. 2007: Wu, J.-L., Yang, H.-M., Lin, Y-H, & Fu, Q.-J. (2007). “Effects of computer-assisted speech training on Mandarin- speaking hearing impaired children,” Audiol Neurotol 2007;12:31-36. Nogaki, G., Fu, Q.-J., & Galvin, J.J. III (2007). “The Effect of Training Rate on Recognition of Spectrally Shifted Speech,” Ear and Hearing 28(2), 132-140. Fu, Q.-J. & Galvin, J.J., III (2007). “Perceptual learning and auditory training in cochlear implants,” Trends in Amplification 11(3), 193-205. Fu, Q.-J. & Galvin, J.J. III (2007). “Computer-Assisted Speech Training for Cochlear Implant Patients: Feasibility, Outcomes, and Future Directions,” Seminars in Hearing 28(2), 141-149. Galvin, J.J. III, Fu, Q-J., & Nogaki, G. (2007). “Melodic Contour Identification in Cochlear Implants,” Ear and Hearing 28(3), 302-319. 2006: Fu, Q.-J. & Galvin, J.J., III (2006). “Auditory training for cochlear implant patients,” French Journal of Audiology (Les cahiers de l’audition) 19(5), 31-37. 2005: Fu, Q.-J., Nogaki, G., & Galvin, J.J., III (2005). “Auditory training with spectrally shifted speech: an implication for cochlear implant users’ auditory rehabilitation,” J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 6(2), 180-189. Fu, Q.-J., Galvin, J.J., III, Wang, X. & Nogaki, G. (2005). “Moderate auditory training can improve speech performance of adult cochlear implant users,” Acoustics Research Letters Online 6(3), 106-111. 2004: Fu, Q.-J., Galvin, J.J., III, Wang, X. & Nogaki, G. (2004). “Effects of auditory training on adult cochlear implant patients: a preliminary report,” Cochlear Implant International Volume 5, Supplement 1, 84-90. 2003: Fu, Q.-J. & Galvin, J.J., III (2003). “The effects of short-term training for spectrally mismatched noise-band speech,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 113(2), 1065-1072.