Corrigendum to "Place dependent stimulation rates improve pitch perception in cochlear implantees with single-sided deafness" Hear. Res. 339 (2016) 94-103.

Corrigendum to "Place dependent stimulation rates improve pitch perception in cochlear implantees with single-sided deafness" [Hear. Res. 339 (2016) 94-103]. Hear Res. 2017 Oct;354:109 Authors: Rader T, Döge J, Adel Y, Weissgerber T, Baumann U PMID: 28958391 [PubMed - in process]
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