Mario Svirsky
Mario Svirsky
Noel L. Cohen Professor of Hearing Science, New York University School of Medicine
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Language development in profoundly deaf children with cochlear implants
MA Svirsky, AM Robbins, KI Kirk, DB Pisoni, RT Miyamoto
Psychological science 11 (2), 153-158, 2000
Development of language and speech perception in congenitally, profoundly deaf children as a function of age at cochlear implantation
MA Svirsky, SW Teoh, H Neuburger
Audiology and Neurotology 9 (4), 224-233, 2004
Electromagnetic midsagittal articulometer systems for transducing speech articulatory movements
JS Perkell, MH Cohen, MA Svirsky, ML Matthies, I Garabieta, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 92 (6), 3078-3096, 1992
An exploratory look at pediatric cochlear implantation: is earliest always best?
RF Holt, MA Svirsky
Ear and hearing 29 (4), 492-511, 2008
Trading relations between tongue‐body raising and lip rounding in production of the vowel/u: A pilot ‘‘motor equivalence’’study
JS Perkell, ML Matthies, MA Svirsky, MI Jordan
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 93 (5), 2948-2961, 1993
Communication skills in pediatric cochlear implant recipients
RT Miyamoto, KI Kirk, MA Svirsky, ST Sehgal
Acta oto-laryngologica 119 (2), 219-224, 1999
The relationship between insertion angles, default frequency allocations, and spiral ganglion place pitch in cochlear implants
DM Landsberger, M Svrakic, JT Roland Jr, M Svirsky
Ear and hearing 36 (5), e207-e213, 2015
Language development in deaf infants following cochlear implantation
RT Miyamoto, DM Houston, KI Kirk, AE Perdew, MA Svirsky
Acta oto-laryngologica 123 (2), 241-244, 2003
Children with implants can speak, but can they communicate?
AMC Robbins, M Svirsky, KI Kirk
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 117 (3), 155-160, 1997
Improvements in speech perception by children with profound prelingual hearing loss: effects of device, communication mode, and chronological age
TA Meyer, MA Svirsky, KI Kirk, RT Miyamoto
Journal of speech, language, and hearing research 41 (4), 846-858, 1998
Enhancement of expressive language in prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants
RT Miyamoto, MA Svirsky, AM Robbins
Acta Oto-Laryngologica 117 (2), 154-157, 1997
Speech perception benefits of sequential bilateral cochlear implantation in children and adults: a retrospective analysis
DM Zeitler, MA Kessler, V Terushkin, JT Roland Jr, MA Svirsky, ...
Otology & Neurotology 29 (3), 314-325, 2008
Speech perception in congenitally deaf children receiving cochlear implants in the first year of life
BA Tajudeen, SB Waltzman, D Jethanamest, MA Svirsky
Otology & Neurotology 31 (8), 1254-1260, 2010
Functional segregation of cortical regions underlying speech timing and articulation
MA Long, KA Katlowitz, MA Svirsky, RC Clary, TMA Byun, N Majaj, H Oya, ...
Neuron 89 (6), 1187-1193, 2016
Grammatical morphologic development in pediatric cochlear implant users may be affected by the perceptual prominence of the relevant markers
MA Svirsky, LM Stallings, E Ying, CL Lento, LB Leonard
Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 111 (5_suppl), 109-112, 2002
Speech production intelligibility of early implanted pediatric cochlear implant users
MG Habib, SB Waltzman, B Tajudeen, MA Svirsky
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology 74 (8), 855-859, 2010
Speech of cochlear implant patients: A longitudinal study of vowel production
J Perkell, H Lane, M Svirsky, J Webster
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 91 (5), 2961-2978, 1992
Effects of short‐term auditory deprivation on speech production in adult cochlear implant users
MA Svirsky, H Lane, JS Perkell, J Wozniak
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 92 (3), 1284-1300, 1992
Goal-based speech motor control: A theoretical framework and some preliminary data
JS Perkell, ML Matthies, MA Svirsky, MI Jordan
Journal of Phonetics 23 (1-2), 23-35, 1995
Long-term auditory adaptation to a modified peripheral frequency map
MA Svirsky, A Silveira, H Neuburger, SW Teoh, H Suarez
Acta oto-laryngologica 124 (4), 381-386, 2004
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