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タイトル: Music in the lives of deaf children with cochlear implants
著者: Trehub, S. E.
Vongpaisal, Tara
Nakata, Takayuki
アブストラクト: speech in quiet backgrounds and for young children’s acquisition of spoken language. They are inadequate, however, for conveying the rich pitch-patterning of music. As a result, many adults who become implant users after losing their hearing find music disappointing or unacceptable. By contrast, child implant users who were born deaf or became deaf as infants or toddlers typically find music interesting and enjoyable. They recognize popular songs that they hear regularly when the test materials match critical features of the original versions. For example, they can identify familiar songs from the original recordings with words and from versions that omit the words but preserve all other cues. They also recognize theme songs from their favorite television programs when presented in original or somewhat altered for m. The motivation of children with implants for listening to music or melodious speech is evident well before they understand language. Within months after receiving their implant, they prefer singing to silence. They also prefer speech in the maternal style to typical adult speech and the sounds of their native language-to-be to those of a foreign language. An important task of future esearch is to ascertain the relative contributions of perceptual and motivational factors to the apparent differences between child and adult implant users.
Present-day cochlear implants provide good temporal cues and coarse spectral cues. In general, these cues are adequate for perceiving
研究業績種別: 原著論文/Original Paper
資料種別: Journal Article
査読有無: あり/yes
単著共著: 共著/joint
発表雑誌名,発表学会名など: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
巻: 1169
開始ページ: 537
終了ページ: 542
年月日: 2009年7月
出現コレクション:中田 隆行

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