Publications of the Music Perception Team

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Gfeller, K., Guthe, E., Driscoll, V., & Brown, C. J. (2015). A preliminary report of music-based training for adult cochlear implant users: Rationales and development. Cochlear implants international, 16(S3), S22-S31.

Driscoll, V., Gfeller, K., Tan, X., See, R. L., Cheng, H. Y., & Kanemitsu, M. (2015). Family involvement in music impacts participation of children with cochlear implants in music education and music activities. Cochlear implants international, 16(3), 137-146.

Whipple, C. M., Gfeller, K., Driscoll, V., Oleson, J., & McGregor, K. (2015). Do Communication Disorders Extend to Musical Messages? An Answer from Children with Hearing Loss or Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of music therapy, 52(1), 78-116

Drennan, W. R., Oleson, J. J., Gfeller, K., Crosson, J., Driscoll, V. D., Won, J. H., ... & Rubinstein, J. T. (2015). Clinical evaluation of music perception, appraisal and experience in cochlear implant users.> International journal of audiology,54(2), 114-123.

See, R. L., Driscoll, V. D., Gfeller, K., Kliethermes, S., & Oleson, J. (2013). Speech intonation and melodic contour recognition in children with cochlear implants and with normal hearing. Otology & neurotology: official publication of the American Otological Society, American Neurotology Society [and] European Academy of Otology and Neurotology, 3>4(3), 490.

Gfeller, K., Turner, C., Oleson, J., Kleithermes, S., Driscoll, V. (2012). Accuracy of cochlear implant recipients on speech reception in background music. Annals of Otology, Rhinology, & Laryngology. 121(12): 782-791.

Driscoll, V. (2012). The effects of training on recognition of musical instruments by adults with cochlear implants. Seminars in Hearing. 33(04): 410-418.

Looi, V., Gfeller, K., Driscoll, V. (2012). Music appreciation and training for cochlear implant recipients: A review. Seminars in Hearing. 33(04): 307-334.

Gfeller, K., Driscoll, V., Smith, R.S., Scheperle, C. (2012). The music experiences and attitudes of a first cohort of prelingually deaf adolescents and young adult CI recipients. Seminars in Hearing. 33(04): 346-360.

Gfeller, Jiang, Oleson, Driscoll, Olszewski, Knutson, Turner, Gantz (2012). The effects of musical and linguistic components in recognition of real-world musical excerpts by cochlear implant recipients and normal-hearing adults. Journal of Music Therapy.49: 68-101.

Hsiao, F., & Gfeller, K. (2012). Music Perception of Cochlear Implant Recipients With Implications for Music Instruction A Review of the Literature. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 30(2), 5-10.

Gfeller, K., Driscoll, V., Kenworthy, M., & Van, T. V. (2011). Music therapy for preschool cochlear implant recipients. Music therapy perspectives, 29(1), 39-49.

Gfeller, Jiang, Oleson, Driscoll, Knutson (2010). Temporal stability of music perception and appraisal scores of adult cochlear implant recipients. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 21: 28.

Gfeller, Buzzell, Driscoll, Kinnaird, Oleson (2009). The impact of voice range and instrumental background accompaniment on recognition of song lyrics. Proceedings of the 7th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implants and Related Science.

Gfeller (2009, June 16). Music and cochlear implants: Not in perfect harmony. The ASHA leader. 14: 12.

Driscoll, Oleson, Jiang, Gfeller (2009). Effects of training on recognition of musical instruments presented through cochlear implant simulations. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 21: 71.

Gfeller, Oleson, Knuston, Breheny, Driscoll, Olszewski (2008). Multivariate predictors of music perception and appraisal by adult cochlear implant users. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 19: 120. *Selected as one of the Best of 2008 Audiology Literature: Cochlear Implants *

Gfeller, Turner, Oleson, Zhang, Gantz, Froman, Olszewski. (2007). Accuracy of cochlear implant recipients on pitch perception, melody recognition, and speech reception in noise. Ear and Hearing. 28: 412.

Gfeller, Olszewski, Turner, Gantz, Oleson (2006). Music perception with cochlear implants and residual hearing. Audiology & Neurotology. 11:12.

Gfeller (2006). Music and implants: Piecing the puzzle together. Cochlear Americas white paper.

Gfeller, Olszewski, Rychener, Sena, Knutson, Witt, MacPherson (2005). Recognition of "real-world" musical excerpts by cochlear implant recipients and normal-hearing adults. Ear and Hearing. 26:237.

Gfeller (2005). Is it music to your ears? Bionic Beat: The Bionic Ear Association Newsletter. 2: 1.

Olszewski, Gfeller, Froman, Stordahl, Tomblin. (2005). Familiar melody recognition by children and adults using cochlear implants and normal hearing children. Cochlear Implants International. 6:123.

Gfeller, Christ, Knutson, Witt, Mehr (2003). The effects of familiarity and complexity on appraisal of complex songs by cochlear implant recipients and normal hearing adults. Journal of Music Therapy. 40: 78.

Gfeller, Knutson (2003). Music to the impaired or implanted ear. the ASHA leader. 8:1.

Gfeller, Witt, Woodworth, Mehr, Knuston (2002). Effects of frequency, instrumental family, and cochlear implant type on timbre recognition and appraisal. Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology. 111: 349.

Gfeller, Witt, Adamek, Mehr, Rogers, Stordahl, Ringgenberg (2002). Effects of training on timbre recognition and appraisal by postlingually deafened cochlear implant recipients. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 13: 132.

Gfeller, Turner, Woodworth, Fearn, Knutson, Witt, Stordahl (2002). Recognition of familiar melodies by adult cochlear implant recipients and normal-hearing adults. Cochlear Implants International. 3: 29.

Stordahl (2002). Song recognition and appraisal: A comparison of children who use cochlear implants and normally hearing children. Journal of Music Therapy. 39: 2.

Gfeller (2001). Aural rehabilitation of music listening for adult cochlear implant recipients: Addressing learner characteristics. Music Therapy Perspectives. 19: 88.

Gfeller, Mehr, Witt (2001). Aural rehabilitation of music perception and enjoyment of adult cochlear implant users. Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology. 34: 17.

Masia, Sena, Rogers, Kruse, Olszewski, Gfeller (2001). Music enjoyment and participation for children with implants. Contact. 15:10.

Gfeller (2000). Accommodating children who use cochlear implants in music therapy or educational settings. Music Therapy Perspectives. 18: 122.

Gfeller, Witt, Stordahl, Merh, Woodworth (2000). The effects of training on melody recognition and appraisal by adult cochlear implant recipients. Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology. 33: 115.

Gfeller, Witt, Spencer, Stordahl, Tomblin (2000). Musical involvement and enjoyment of children who use cochlear implants. the Volta Review. 100: 213.

Gfeller, Christ, Knutson, Witt, Murray, Tyler (2000). Musical backgrounds, listening habits and aesthetic enjoyment of adult cochlear implant recipients. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 11:390.

Gfeller, Witt, Kim, Adamek, Coffman (1999). Preliminary report of a computerized music training program for adult cochlear implant recipients. Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology. 32: 11.

Gfeller, Knuston, Woodworth, Witt, DeBus (1998). Timbral recognition and appraisal by adult cochlear implant users and normal-hearing adults. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 9: 1.

Gfeller (1998). Music appreciation, from the perspective of implant recipients. Contact. 12:24.

Gfeller, Woodworth, Robin, Witt, Knutson (1997). Perception of rhythmic and sequential pitch patterns by normally hearing adults and adult cochlear implant users. Ear and Hearing. 18: 252.

Gfeller, Lansing (1991). Melodic, rhythmic, and timbral perception of adult cochlear implant users. Journal of Speech and Heairng Research. 34: 916.

Gfeller (1990). A congnitive-linguistic approach to language development for the preschool child with hearing impairment: Implications for music therapy practice. Music Therapy Perspectives. 8: 47.

 

News from the Music Perception Team

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The Adult Training study is now recruiting participants.
Contact us if you are interested in taking part or would like more information.

A new study is now complete! If you are between 18-25 years of age, have a cochlear implant and would like to participate or would like more information, please contact us with subject line "Adolescent Study." You will receive compensation.