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Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Published on 16.07.12 in Vol 14, No 4 (2012): Jul-Aug

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Works citing "Speech Perception Benefits of Internet Versus Conventional Telephony for Hearing-Impaired Individuals"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1818):

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  1. Mantokoudis G, Koller R, Guignard J, Caversaccio M, Kompis M, Senn P. Influence of Telecommunication Modality, Internet Transmission Quality, and Accessories on Speech Perception in Cochlear Implant Users. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(4):e135
  2. Wong CL, Ching TYC, Whitfield J, Duncan J. Online Social Participation, Social Capital and Literacy of Adolescents with Hearing Loss: A Pilot Study. Deafness & Education International 2016;18(2):103
  3. Brännström KJ, Öberg M, Ingo E, Månsson KN, Andersson G, Lunner T, Laplante-Lévesque A. The initial evaluation of an Internet-based support system for audiologists and first-time hearing aid clients. Internet Interventions 2016;4:82
  4. Wolfe J, Morais Duke M, Schafer E, Cire G, Menapace C, O’Neill L. Evaluation of a wireless audio streaming accessory to improve mobile telephone performance of cochlear implant users. International Journal of Audiology 2016;55(2):75
  5. Giannantonio S, Di Nardo W, Schinaia L, Paludetti G. Adaptation of cochlear implant fitting to various telecommunication systems: a proposal for a ‘telephone map'. Acta Oto-Laryngologica 2014;134(8):802
  6. Lasak JM, Allen P, McVay T, Lewis D. Hearing Loss. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 2014;41(1):19
  7. Mantokoudis G, Dähler C, Dubach P, Kompis M, Caversaccio MD, Senn P, Kiebel S. Internet Video Telephony Allows Speech Reading by Deaf Individuals and Improves Speech Perception by Cochlear Implant Users. PLoS ONE 2013;8(1):e54770