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FFT-based digital tactile vocoder system for real-time use.

Medical & biological engineering & computing

Ozdamar O, Lopez CN, Oller DK, Eilers RE, Miskiel E, Lynch MP.
PMID: 1453787
Med Biol Eng Comput. 1992 Mar;30(2):213-8. doi: 10.1007/BF02446132.

A microprocessor-based real-time digital vibrotactile vocoder system has been developed to train the deaf and for artificial hearing research. The system is composed of a microcomputer module with a digital signal processor, interface units and an attenuator/driver circuit. Live...

Some relationships between hearing aid frequency response and speech discrimination of profoundly deaf children. Pilot study.

Scandinavian audiology

Dyrlund O.
PMID: 3232020
Scand Audiol. 1988;17(4):201-5. doi: 10.3109/01050398809070705.

A significant improvement in auditory-visual speech discrimination has been established for a group of profoundly deaf children with hearing losses in the range from 85 to 120 dB HL (pure tone average (500, 1,000, 2,000 Hz] by increasing the...

Innovation in dormitory programs: a comprehensive approach.

American annals of the deaf

Naiman DW.
PMID: 4440612
Am Ann Deaf. 1974 Aug;119(4):398-406.

No abstract available.

Helping the profoundly deaf to hear.

The Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society

Bailey HA, Pappas JJ, Dickins JR, Graham SS.
PMID: 2958443
J Ark Med Soc. 1987 Aug;84(3):137-9.

No abstract available.

A developmental approach to sensory disabilities in early childhood.

International rehabilitation medicine

Sonksen PM.
PMID: 3988451
Int Rehabil Med. 1985;7(1):27-32. doi: 10.3109/03790798509165976.

Rehabilitation for young children with hearing and visual disabilities is considered from a developmental angle. The effect of these sensory disabilities on parents; the constraints on development imposed by each disability; and medical and surgical treatment and the use...

Affective objectives, deaf learners and the programming process.

American annals of the deaf

Thiagarajan S.
PMID: 5069138
Am Ann Deaf. 1972 Oct;117(5):512-8.

No abstract available.

Research and utilization of educational media for teaching the deaf. 9. Humanistic education and technology.

American annals of the deaf

Withrow F.
PMID: 5069139
Am Ann Deaf. 1972 Oct;117(5):531-7.

No abstract available.

Symposium on Research and Utilization of Educational Media for Teaching the Deaf. Programmed learning for the deaf student. Is there qa middle ground?.

American annals of the deaf

Lowell EL.
PMID: 4106834
Am Ann Deaf. 1971 Oct;116(5):473-5.

No abstract available.

Specialized methods for teaching communication skills.

American annals of the deaf

Sewell HR.
PMID: 4106838
Am Ann Deaf. 1971 Oct;116(5):494-6.

No abstract available.

[Family behavior in the presence of childhood deafness. The discovery of the handicap. Adaptation: reaction factors].

Revue de neuropsychiatrie infantile et d'hygiene mentale de l'enfance

Borel-Maisonny S.
PMID: 5021868
Rev Neuropsychiatr Infant. 1972 Jan;20(1):39-43.

No abstract available.

An isolating experience.

Nursing times

Mohun J.
PMID: 2928168
Nurs Times. 1989 Jan 25-31;85(4):18.

No abstract available.

[Special aspects of lesson organization for children with sight and hearing disorders].

Zeitschrift fur die gesamte Hygiene und ihre Grenzgebiete

Belostockaja EM.
PMID: 4467550
Z Gesamte Hyg. 1974 Dec;20(12):910-1.

No abstract available.

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