Cochlear-implants are remarkable devices that have changed people's lives. But while some CI users comprehend this signal exceedingly well, others have more difficulty.  Understanding why CI users have such variable success with their devices is critical for developing more effective intervention.  To that end, a great deal of research has explored both the sound qualities of the signal that might influence listeners' success, and the auditory and speech processing skills of the individual.

Child with Hearing Aid during Reading circle