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Spatial Hearing Perception in Bilateral Cochlear Implant Children

Spatial hearing in cochlear implant (CI) users is a challenging investigation field since no studies have explored yet spatial auditory perception in three-dimensional space (3D). Moreover auditory rehabilitation after cochlear implantation is totally devoted to speech rehabilitation to date. A novel methodology based on virtual reality and 3D motion capture protocol in an immersive reality system has recently been developed to evaluate and record spatial hearing abilities ...


A New Speech, Spatial, and Qualities of Hearing Scale Short-Form for Deaf Children

Deafness significantly affects several auditory tasks of everyday life in children: understanding speech in quiet and noisy environments, spatial location of sounds ... These difficulties in locating sound sources are often ignored by parents and underestimated by children. Nowadays we there is specific tools to evaluate these problems in children. Indeed, there is a validated French questionnaire (Speech and Spatial Questionnaire SSQ) for adults that evaluates auditory abilit...

Perception and Equilibrium After Cochlear Implantation

The cochlear implant is an electrical hearing aid that restores the perception of surrounding sounds and speech intelligibility in profoundly deaf patients. During surgery, the labyrinthine break necessary for insertion into the cochlea of the implantable part may cause a malfunction of the vestibular system which can induce dizziness, balance and perception (of the gravitational vertical) disorders. Vestibular compensation and new sonic interactions could alter the balance con...


Rehabilitation of the Auditory Space for Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users : a Feasibility Study

A new Neuro-Immersion system based on virtual reality and 3D motion tracking has been developed recently, allowing to evaluate and record the spatial localization performance of cochlear implant (CI) users. This system allows to highlight localization deficits in three-dimensional space for all CI patients. Unfortunately, there is currently no suitable postoperative management for these localization problems. However, the discomfort felt by patients is clearly verbalized. Thank...

Evaluation of the Effect of a Visio-Hearing Training Protocol on Spatial Hearing in Subjects With Hearing Loss

We recently developed a new Neuro-immersion system based on virtual reality and 3D (dimension) motion tracking. This tool makes it possible to evaluate and record the spatial localization performance of sounds and to highlight localization deficits in the three dimensions of space in deaf patients. Unfortunately, there is currently no suitable support to compensate for these localization deficits. However, the discomfort felt by the patients is clearly verbalized. Thanks...

Spatial Cognitive Training

This study is designed to see if doing regular training on a spatial imagery task leads to improvements in the ability to do the trained spatial imagery task and in the ability to get around in everyday activities.

Hearing and Vestibular Interactions in the Collection of Own Body and Sense of Self

The investigators objective is twofold. Investigators propose to study how the vestibular and auditory information interact in the construction of coherence between the staff and extrapersonal space. Furthermore, investigators want to investigate whether, even in the absence of gravity, the auditory spatial information allocentric provide a framework for spatial reference.

Electrode Placement and Audiologic Outcomes With the Advanced Bionics HiFocus L23 Electrode

The goal of this study is to measure patient performance after cochlear implantation with the FDA approved Advanced Bionics HiFocus L23 device. The specific aims of the project are as follows: 1. To measure implant audiologic performance as defined by speech performance in standard cochlear implant speech test batteries. 2. To determine scalar location after insertion through either intraoperative or postoperative imaging and correlate this with audiologi...

Vestibular Disorder and Visuo-spatial Functions in Deaf Children

The purpose of this study is to determine whether vestibular disorders could affect visuo-spatial cognition. Visuo-spatial cognition will be evaluated using a new computerized test using a digital tablet.

The Impact of Physical Exercise on Navigation Performance in Soldier

20 healthy man, 10 in trial group and 10 in control group (randomly divided) will participate in the experiment on order to evaluate if improvement in physical fitness influences spatial learning in humans.

Quantifying Auditory Perceptual Learning Following Hearing Aid Fitting

The purpose of this study is to examine and relate physiological, behavioral, and self-perceived changes after a period of hearing aid use and as a function of auditory training. The project will focus on the following questions: 1)Is experience-related behavioral change in hearing aid performance reflected as a neurophysiologic change? 2)Does a neurophysiologic change occur prior to or in conjunction with an experience-related behavioral change? 3) Does behavioral training mod...

Spatial Neglect and Delirium After Stroke

The goal of this study is to understand what brain mechanisms become disrupted when stroke survivors experience delirium. Delirium is an acute reduction in attention and cognition, associated with poor recovery, longer hospitalization and even death. One major factor increasing the risk of delirium after stroke may be spatial neglect occurring after stroke on the right side of the brain. Spatial neglect affects awareness, orientation, and movement. The study will test the hypot...

A Model to Identify Specific Predictors of Spatial Neglect Recovery

This study examines methods to better predict improvement of a hidden disability of functional vision, spatial neglect, following stroke. Spatial neglect is a tendency to make visual judgment and movement errors mislocating the body and objects in space. The investigators are using specialized statistical methods to compute the proportion of improvement accounted for by personal characteristics of each stroke survivor, the proportion of improvement accounted for by the unique...

Spatial Skill Training for Robot-assisted Surgery

Surgical residents from a single tertiary medical center were divided into 2 groups. All residents performed 2 tasks on a Da Vinci robotic simulator system after which they were either given a real training session in spatial skills (study group) or shown a short presentation regarding robotic surgery. After training/watching the presentation, they repeated the for mentioned tasks on the robotic simulator. Improvement in surgeon performance, especially regarding tissue damage w...

Predicting Success With Hearing Aids

The primary complaint of individuals with hearing loss is difficulty understanding speech in the presence of background noise. Although hearing aids help individuals understand speech in background noise better, there is a high rate of hearing aid rejection in part due to continued difficulty understanding speech in complex listening situations. The results of this study may demonstrate that speech-in-noise test results can be a predictor of hearing aid success. The results of ...

Benefits of a Contralateral Routing of Signals (CROS) System in Unilateral CI-recipients

The objective is to investigate the new Naida CROS device in adult recipients including chronic phases and to generate some preliminary pre-launch data. The formal study objectives are to compare the speech intelligibility in quiet and noise when using the CROS device with the Naida CI Q70 processor versus the Naida CI processor alone in quiet and noise conditions. Subjects will be tested with and without CROS at the baseline visit and then at follow-up visits taking place one...

Spatial Cognitive Training for Chronic Vestibular Disorders

In this study the investigators propose to apply cognitive training, which has been largely used in the realm of age-related cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease, in a novel clinical context to individuals with vestibular impairment. In prior work the investigators observed that individuals with vestibular loss have evidence of spatial cognitive impairment. The investigators plan to evaluate the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of a cognitive training progra...

Quest Sound Recover (SR2) vs. Venture SR2

Goal of this study is to determine the benefit of an improved feature on a new hearing aid platform. To investigate the improvements of this feature is compared on a new and older hearing aid platform. The obtained results will be used for future improvement for this feature. This feature should improve the speech understanding and speech recognition of the hearing aid user.

Comparing Prism Adaptation Therapy and Bromocriptine Medication for Spatial Neglect: Theoretical and Practical Outcomes

The purpose of this research study is to examine the effects of prism adaptation or bromocriptine treatment on two visual-spatial recovery components. After a stroke, an "internal GPS", locating where objects or people lie in a particular area of space, may be impaired. Alternately, a stroke may impair precise visual-spatial hand and body aiming movements. The research team wishes to discover whether using prism goggles, or taking a medication (bromocriptine) affects visual-sp...

Detecting Dementia Earlier

Aims 1. To determine whether the 4 Mountains test of allocentric (i.e. viewpoint-independent) spatial memory, and tests of memory for a recent experience (e.g. watching a brief video), to diagnose the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. 2. We operationalise this as the ability of these tests to predict whether or not an individual progresses from having some cognitive difficulties (diagnosed as 'mild cognitive impairment' MCI) to subsequently de...

Effects of Parabolic Flight on Spatial Cognition and Hippocampal Plasticity

The main objective of this experiment is to assess the impact of parabolic flight on (1) spatial memory and orientation, (2) the changes in brain structure and function, and particularly the hippocampal formation, and (3) biochemical markers of stress and neuroplasticity. A preliminary study will be performed with the aims (1) to test during weightlessness hardware used to administer visuo-spatial testing and (2) to determine the optimal body posture for testing under mi...

Use of Vibration to Improve Visual/Spatial Neglect in Patients Affected by Stroke

This study will measure if five minutes of vibration to the upper back neck muscles, prior to standard of care treatment, will improve symptoms of spatial neglect and/or activities of daily living function for patients who have had a stroke.

Active Cue-Training in Neglect

The presented study investigates standardized visual cueing in reading and visual spatial task as a treatment method for spatial neglect. In a randomized controlled design patients receive either cued reading and visual spatial tasks (intervention) or treatment which is unspecific to neglect (control). In the intervention condition, patients with left-sided neglect receive intense training, including reading and visual spatial task with standardized and adapted visual cueing b...

The Visual Scanning Test: a Neuropsychological Tool to Assess Extrapersonal Visual Unilateral Spatial Neglect

Presentation and standardization on a normative sample of a new neuropsychological tool to provide a quantitative assessment of visual unilateral spatial neglect in the extrapersonal portion of space.

The Performance-Perceptual Test as a Counseling Tool

The purpose of the study is to determine whether a new test of ability to understand speech in noise and an associated counseling program can improve hearing aid satisfaction. Participants complete routine hearing tests, some hearing-related questionnaires and the new speech test. One group of participants receives the new form of counseling, the second group does not. Hearing aid satisfaction following 10 weeks hearing aid use is compared across the groups.


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