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Étude préliminaire utilisant l'eye-tracking pour l'évaluation orthophonique des adultes implantés cochléaires

Abstract : 72 adults, either deaf - fitted, non-fitted or with cochlear implants -, or normal hearing, were submitted to face-to-face and video-recorded speech and language evaluations. Speech intelligibility was scored and visual movements were assessed through the eye-tracking technique. Scores as well as the facial areas that were watched differ among groups and conditions (normal or low voice and lip-reading, lipreading only). Eye-tracking proves to be a technique that can supplement conventional speech therapy evaluations.
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Aurélie Petithomme. Étude préliminaire utilisant l'eye-tracking pour l'évaluation orthophonique des adultes implantés cochléaires. Sciences cognitives. 2013. ⟨dumas-00868678⟩

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