KA Gordon
KA Gordon
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Is there a critical period for cochlear implantation in congenitally deaf children? Analyses of hearing and speech perception performance after implantation
RV Harrison, KA Gordon, RJ Mount
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2005
2442005
Evidence of vestibular and balance dysfunction in children with profound sensorineural hearing loss using cochlear implants
SL Cushing, BC Papsin, JA Rutka, AL James, KA Gordon
The Laryngoscope 118 (10), 1814-1823, 2008
2082008
Bilateral input protects the cortex from unilaterally-driven reorganization in children who are deaf
KA Gordon, DDE Wong, BC Papsin
Brain 136 (5), 1609-1625, 2013
1872013
Bilateral cochlear implants should be the standard for children with bilateral sensorineural deafness
BC Papsin, KA Gordon
Current Opinion in Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery 16 (1), 69-74, 2008
1482008
Benefits of short interimplant delays in children receiving bilateral cochlear implants
KA Gordon, BC Papsin
Otology & Neurotology 30 (3), 319-331, 2009
1462009
Activity-dependent developmental plasticity of the auditory brain stem in children who use cochlear implants
KA Gordon, BC Papsin, RV Harrison
Ear and hearing 24 (6), 485-500, 2003
1442003
Cochlear implants for children with severe-to-profound hearing loss
BC Papsin, KA Gordon
New England Journal of Medicine 357 (23), 2380-2387, 2007
1432007
Toward a battery of behavioral and objective measures to achieve optimal cochlear implant stimulation levels in children
KA Gordon, BC Papsin, RV Harrison
Ear and hearing 25 (5), 447-463, 2004
1432004
A test of static and dynamic balance function in children with cochlear implants: the vestibular olympics
SL Cushing, R Chia, AL James, BC Papsin, KA Gordon
Archives of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery 134 (1), 34-38, 2008
1222008
Cochlear implant–state of the art
T Lenarz
GMS current topics in otorhinolaryngology, head and neck surgery 16, 2017
1132017
Vestibular end-organ dysfunction in children with sensorineural hearing loss and cochlear implants: an expanded cohort and etiologic assessment
SL Cushing, KA Gordon, JA Rutka, AL James, BC Papsin
Otology & Neurotology 34 (3), 422-428, 2013
1122013
Recognition of affective speech prosody and facial affect in deaf children with unilateral right cochlear implants
TM Hopyan-Misakyan, KA Gordon, M Dennis, BC Papsin
Child Neuropsychology 15 (2), 136-146, 2009
1122009
Neural response telemetry in 12-to 24-month-old children
KA Gordon, JE Gilden, KA Ebinger, WH Shapiro
Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 111 (5_suppl), 42-48, 2002
1082002
Asymmetric hearing during development: the aural preference syndrome and treatment options
K Gordon, Y Henkin, A Kral
Pediatrics 136 (1), 141-153, 2015
1022015
An evoked potential study of the developmental time course of the auditory nerve and brainstem in children using cochlear implants
KA Gordon, BC Papsin, RV Harrison
Audiology and Neurotology 11 (1), 7-23, 2006
1012006
European bilateral pediatric cochlear implant forum consensus statement
JD Ramsden, K Gordon, A Aschendorff, L Borucki, M Bunne, S Burdo, ...
Otology & Neurotology 33 (4), 561-565, 2012
962012
Bone-anchored hearing aids in infants and children younger than 5 years
T Davids, KA Gordon, D Clutton, BC Papsin
Archives of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery 133 (1), 51-55, 2007
892007
Abnormal timing delays in auditory brainstem responses evoked by bilateral cochlear implant use in children
KA Gordon, J Valero, R van Hoesel, BC Papsin
Otology & Neurotology 29 (2), 193-198, 2008
832008
Auditory brainstem activity in children with 9–30 months of bilateral cochlear implant use
KA Gordon, J Valero, BC Papsin
Hearing research 233 (1-2), 97-107, 2007
832007
Use it or lose it? Lessons learned from the developing brains of children who are deaf and use cochlear implants to hear
KA Gordon, DDE Wong, J Valero, SF Jewell, P Yoo, BC Papsin
Brain topography 24 (3-4), 204, 2011
812011
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