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Stratégies visuelles de compréhension du langage via l’eye-tracking chez les adultes devenus sourds candidats à l’implant cochléaire

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to identify visual strategies of deafened adults candidates for cochlear implantation during tasks of oral comprehension. We use short videos and speech and language evaluations, which are submitted in two conditions: face-to-face and on a screen. 18 candidates for cochlear implantation are compared to 102 normal hearing subjects. Their gazes are recorded with the eye-tracking technology. It appears that visual strategies and lipreading skills differ between the two groups.
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Marie Azria, Jessica Matias. Stratégies visuelles de compréhension du langage via l’eye-tracking chez les adultes devenus sourds candidats à l’implant cochléaire. Sciences cognitives. 2015. ⟨dumas-01211761⟩

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