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The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing

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The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing. / Petersen, Bjørn; Friis Andersen, Anne Sofie; Dietz, Martin; Højlund, Andreas; Brattico, Elvira; Haumann, Niels Trusbak; Michel, Franck; Kamaric Riis, Søren; Vuust, Peter.

2018. Poster session presented at MMN 2018: The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

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Harvard

Petersen, B, Friis Andersen, AS, Dietz, M, Højlund, A, Brattico, E, Haumann, NT, Michel, F, Kamaric Riis, S & Vuust, P 2018, 'The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing', MMN 2018: The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 12/06/2018 - 15/06/2018.

APA

Petersen, B., Friis Andersen, A. S., Dietz, M., Højlund, A., Brattico, E., Haumann, N. T., Michel, F., Kamaric Riis, S., & Vuust, P. (2018). The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing. Poster session presented at MMN 2018: The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

CBE

Petersen B, Friis Andersen AS, Dietz M, Højlund A, Brattico E, Haumann NT, Michel F, Kamaric Riis S, Vuust P. 2018. The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing. Poster session presented at MMN 2018: The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

MLA

Petersen, Bjørn et al. The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing. MMN 2018: The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, 12 Jun 2018, Helsinki, Finland, Poster, 2018.

Vancouver

Petersen B, Friis Andersen AS, Dietz M, Højlund A, Brattico E, Haumann NT et al. The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing. 2018. Poster session presented at MMN 2018: The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Author

Petersen, Bjørn ; Friis Andersen, Anne Sofie ; Dietz, Martin ; Højlund, Andreas ; Brattico, Elvira ; Haumann, Niels Trusbak ; Michel, Franck ; Kamaric Riis, Søren ; Vuust, Peter. / The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing. Poster session presented at MMN 2018: The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Bibtex

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title = "The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing",
abstract = "Music listening with a cochlear implant (CI) is challenging due to the poor representation of fine structure information. Therefore, extensive research has been initiated in the quest for improved music perception with a CI, including development of refined audio processing strategies and implementation of targeted musical ear training. To measure the music discrimination abilities of CI users, objective and feasible music tests are in demand. The purpose of this study was to design and test a novel musical multifeature MMN paradigm for use in future CI research. The paradigm presents four deviants (pitch, intensity, timbre and rhythm) at four levels of magnitude in a no-standards configuration.To validate the paradigm, two groups of normal hearing participants were included and subjected to the tests: a young group (N: 17, M age 25) and an elderly group (N: 14; mean age 63). Results showed that the MMN paradigm elicited significant MMN responses for all 16 deviants in both groups. Furthermore, MMN amplitude strengths were in accordance with the levels of deviance. Results from a supplementary behavioral measurement, testing subjective discrimination of the deviants presented in the MMN paradigm, confirmed the overall findings of the MMN measurements, including the effect of level of deviation magnitude. The results suggest encouraging potential for using the paradigm in future CI research.The study is work in progress and data are currently being collected from experienced and newly implanted CI users. Preliminary results from these groups will be available for presentation at the conference.",
author = "Bj{\o}rn Petersen and {Friis Andersen}, {Anne Sofie} and Martin Dietz and Andreas H{\o}jlund and Elvira Brattico and Haumann, {Niels Trusbak} and Franck Michel and {Kamaric Riis}, S{\o}ren and Peter Vuust",
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RIS

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T1 - The CI MuMuFe - a new MMN paradigm for measuring music discrimination in electric hearing

AU - Petersen, Bjørn

AU - Friis Andersen, Anne Sofie

AU - Dietz, Martin

AU - Højlund, Andreas

AU - Brattico, Elvira

AU - Haumann, Niels Trusbak

AU - Michel, Franck

AU - Kamaric Riis, Søren

AU - Vuust, Peter

PY - 2018/6/13

Y1 - 2018/6/13

N2 - Music listening with a cochlear implant (CI) is challenging due to the poor representation of fine structure information. Therefore, extensive research has been initiated in the quest for improved music perception with a CI, including development of refined audio processing strategies and implementation of targeted musical ear training. To measure the music discrimination abilities of CI users, objective and feasible music tests are in demand. The purpose of this study was to design and test a novel musical multifeature MMN paradigm for use in future CI research. The paradigm presents four deviants (pitch, intensity, timbre and rhythm) at four levels of magnitude in a no-standards configuration.To validate the paradigm, two groups of normal hearing participants were included and subjected to the tests: a young group (N: 17, M age 25) and an elderly group (N: 14; mean age 63). Results showed that the MMN paradigm elicited significant MMN responses for all 16 deviants in both groups. Furthermore, MMN amplitude strengths were in accordance with the levels of deviance. Results from a supplementary behavioral measurement, testing subjective discrimination of the deviants presented in the MMN paradigm, confirmed the overall findings of the MMN measurements, including the effect of level of deviation magnitude. The results suggest encouraging potential for using the paradigm in future CI research.The study is work in progress and data are currently being collected from experienced and newly implanted CI users. Preliminary results from these groups will be available for presentation at the conference.

AB - Music listening with a cochlear implant (CI) is challenging due to the poor representation of fine structure information. Therefore, extensive research has been initiated in the quest for improved music perception with a CI, including development of refined audio processing strategies and implementation of targeted musical ear training. To measure the music discrimination abilities of CI users, objective and feasible music tests are in demand. The purpose of this study was to design and test a novel musical multifeature MMN paradigm for use in future CI research. The paradigm presents four deviants (pitch, intensity, timbre and rhythm) at four levels of magnitude in a no-standards configuration.To validate the paradigm, two groups of normal hearing participants were included and subjected to the tests: a young group (N: 17, M age 25) and an elderly group (N: 14; mean age 63). Results showed that the MMN paradigm elicited significant MMN responses for all 16 deviants in both groups. Furthermore, MMN amplitude strengths were in accordance with the levels of deviance. Results from a supplementary behavioral measurement, testing subjective discrimination of the deviants presented in the MMN paradigm, confirmed the overall findings of the MMN measurements, including the effect of level of deviation magnitude. The results suggest encouraging potential for using the paradigm in future CI research.The study is work in progress and data are currently being collected from experienced and newly implanted CI users. Preliminary results from these groups will be available for presentation at the conference.

M3 - Poster

Y2 - 12 June 2018 through 15 June 2018

ER -