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Analyse de la voix chantée en production chez des enfants sourds implantés : étude de cas

Abstract : This study concerns the singing ability of deaf children wearing cochlear implants. For this purpose, a subjective and objective analysis has been conducted on a population of 63 children with normal hearing and 7 deaf children, wearing either a hearing aid or a cochlear implant. These children were aged from 4 to 5 years old and attended kindergarten. Two songs were chosen to compare the rhythmic and melodic skills between the children. Despite that deaf children had different outcomes on average than others, the results highlighted that they have the capacity to reproduce not only rhythm, but also melody. These observations provide information in speech and language therapy.
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Marie-Lorraine Michon, Myriam de la Forest-Divonne. Analyse de la voix chantée en production chez des enfants sourds implantés : étude de cas. Sciences cognitives. 2012. ⟨dumas-00759231⟩

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