Evolution de la perception des phonèmes, mots et phrases chez l'enfant avec implant cochléaire : un suivi de trois ans post-implant
Victoria Medina, Willy Serniclaes.

The aim of the present study was to examine the development of the perception of phonemes, words and sentences in a group of 18 children with cochlear implant (IC) from 12 to 36 months after implantation. The results show that the perceptual development of the different segments is fairly linear, that the rate of development is faster for words vs. phonemes and for sentences vs. words and that consonant perception, but not vowel perception, predicts later development of word and sentence perception.