People who are born deaf process the senses of touch and sight differently than those who are born with normal hearing, a new study reports. The finding supports the notion that loss of a sense, such as hearing, affects brain development. Hearing loss th
Insights into How Deaf Brain Processes Touch and Sight
2012-07-24T16:58:30-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, Assistive Technology, General, Lifestyle, Medical|Tags: all disabilities, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, hearing impaired, hearing impairment|0 Comments
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