Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants

Meister H, Tepeli D, Wagner P, Hess W, M. Walger H von W, Lang-Roth R (2007)
HNO 55(4): 264-270.

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Meister H, Tepeli D, Wagner P, Hess W, M. Walger H von W, Lang-Roth R. Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants. HNO. 2007;55(4):264-270.
Meister, H., Tepeli, D., Wagner, P., Hess, W., M. Walger, H. von W., & Lang-Roth, R. (2007). Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants. HNO, 55(4), 264-270.
Meister, H., Tepeli, D., Wagner, P., Hess, W., M. Walger, H. von W., and Lang-Roth, R. (2007). Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants. HNO 55, 264-270.
Meister, H., et al., 2007. Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants. HNO, 55(4), p 264-270.
H. Meister, et al., “Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants”, HNO, vol. 55, 2007, pp. 264-270.
Meister, H., Tepeli, D., Wagner, P., Hess, W., M. Walger, H. von W., Lang-Roth, R.: Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants. HNO. 55, 264-270 (2007).
Meister, H., Tepeli, D., Wagner, Petra, Hess, W., M. Walger, H. von Wedel, and Lang-Roth, R. “Experiments on prosody perception with cochlear implants”. HNO 55.4 (2007): 264-270.
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