Music Listening in Electric Hearing -designing and testing two novel EEG paradigms for measuring music perception in cochlear implant users

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Music Listening in Electric Hearing -designing and testing two novel EEG paradigms for measuring music perception in cochlear implant users. / Petersen, Bjørn; Friis Andersen, Anne Sofie; Højlund, Andreas; Dietz, Martin; Haumann, Niels Trusbak; Brattico, Elvira; Ovesen, Therese; Vuust, Peter.

2017. Poster session presented at 15th symposium on Cochlear Implants in children, San Francisco, United States.

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Petersen B, Friis Andersen AS, Højlund A, Dietz M, Haumann NT, Brattico E et al. Music Listening in Electric Hearing -designing and testing two novel EEG paradigms for measuring music perception in cochlear implant users. 2017. Poster session presented at 15th symposium on Cochlear Implants in children, San Francisco, United States.

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Petersen, Bjørn; Friis Andersen, Anne Sofie; Højlund, Andreas; Dietz, Martin; Haumann, Niels Trusbak; Brattico, Elvira; Ovesen, Therese; Vuust, Peter / Music Listening in Electric Hearing -designing and testing two novel EEG paradigms for measuring music perception in cochlear implant users.

2017. Poster session presented at 15th symposium on Cochlear Implants in children, San Francisco, United States.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewPoster

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title = "Music Listening in Electric Hearing -designing and testing two novel EEG paradigms for measuring music perception in cochlear implant users",
abstract = "With the considerable advances made in cochlear implant (CI) technology with regards to speech perception, it is natural that many CI users express hopes of being able to enjoy music. For the majority of CI users, however, the music experience is disappointing and their discrimination of musical features as well as self-reported levels of music enjoyment is significantly lower than normal-hearing (NH) listeners (1,2). Therefore, it is important that ongoing efforts are made to improve the quality of music through a CI.To aid in this process, the aim of this study is to validate two new musical EEG-paradigms: 1) a no standards mismatch negativity (MMN)-paradigm and 2) a free-listening paradigm, presenting real musical pieces.In a wider perspective, the study aims to investigate whether a novel sound processing strategy implementing output compression may be beneficial for music listening with a CI, as compared to front-end automatic gain control strategies. Due to few CI participants, only preliminary data are presented here.",
author = "Bjørn Petersen and {Friis Andersen}, {Anne Sofie} and Andreas Højlund and Martin Dietz and Haumann, {Niels Trusbak} and Elvira Brattico and Therese Ovesen and Peter Vuust",
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AU - Petersen,Bjørn

AU - Friis Andersen,Anne Sofie

AU - Højlund,Andreas

AU - Dietz,Martin

AU - Haumann,Niels Trusbak

AU - Brattico,Elvira

AU - Ovesen,Therese

AU - Vuust,Peter

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N2 - With the considerable advances made in cochlear implant (CI) technology with regards to speech perception, it is natural that many CI users express hopes of being able to enjoy music. For the majority of CI users, however, the music experience is disappointing and their discrimination of musical features as well as self-reported levels of music enjoyment is significantly lower than normal-hearing (NH) listeners (1,2). Therefore, it is important that ongoing efforts are made to improve the quality of music through a CI.To aid in this process, the aim of this study is to validate two new musical EEG-paradigms: 1) a no standards mismatch negativity (MMN)-paradigm and 2) a free-listening paradigm, presenting real musical pieces.In a wider perspective, the study aims to investigate whether a novel sound processing strategy implementing output compression may be beneficial for music listening with a CI, as compared to front-end automatic gain control strategies. Due to few CI participants, only preliminary data are presented here.

AB - With the considerable advances made in cochlear implant (CI) technology with regards to speech perception, it is natural that many CI users express hopes of being able to enjoy music. For the majority of CI users, however, the music experience is disappointing and their discrimination of musical features as well as self-reported levels of music enjoyment is significantly lower than normal-hearing (NH) listeners (1,2). Therefore, it is important that ongoing efforts are made to improve the quality of music through a CI.To aid in this process, the aim of this study is to validate two new musical EEG-paradigms: 1) a no standards mismatch negativity (MMN)-paradigm and 2) a free-listening paradigm, presenting real musical pieces.In a wider perspective, the study aims to investigate whether a novel sound processing strategy implementing output compression may be beneficial for music listening with a CI, as compared to front-end automatic gain control strategies. Due to few CI participants, only preliminary data are presented here.

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