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Since cochlear implants lack an efficient coding of fine structures of speech including F0, it is generally difficult for cochlear-implanted (CI) children to perceive linguistic tones, of which F0 is the primary acoustic cue. In whispered speech, however, F0 is missing and no longer serves as an acoustic cue of tones. Using a picture selection task, we compared the identification of Mandarin four tones in isolated syllables between two groups of 4-to-5-year-old children, i.e., CI anddoi:10.18154/rwth-conv-239816 fatcat:fows4tq2zrb6fj4kygsmaqzwzi