P2-30 An exploratory study to examine a drumming-to-speech intervention for prosody perception in preschoolers with cochlear implants


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Children who utilize cochlear implants (CIs) often have trouble detecting prosody, an element of speech that uses variances in timing, pitch, and dynamics to communicate meaning. Without recognizing prosody, they can miss conversational elements and may not communicate effectively with others. Children with CIs match peers in measures of rhythm perception, but fall behind in pitch perception. Rese...


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