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      Factors Affecting the Development of Speech, Language, and Literacy in Children With Early Cochlear Implantation

      Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools

      American Speech Language Hearing Association

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          Abstract

          This study investigated factors contributing to auditory, speech, language, and reading outcomes in children with prelingual deafness after 4-6 years of multichannel cochlear implant use. The analysis controlled for the effects of child, family, and implant characteristics so that educational factors most conducive to maximum implant benefit could be identified.

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          Journal
          Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools
          Lang Speech Hear Serv Sch
          American Speech Language Hearing Association
          0161-1461
          July 01 2002
          July 01 2002
          : 33
          : 3
          : 172
          Article
          10.1044/0161-1461(2002/015)
          27764398
          © 2002

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