February 13, 2017

This is how Deaf people’s brains process visual rhythms

Deaf people's neural responses to visual rhythmic stimuli closely matched hearing subjects’ neural responses to the auditory stimuli, according to a study.
September 12, 2016
interview with a deaf audiologist

Auditory cortex – A new study into ‘brain architecture’

A new study has found no significant difference in the auditory cortex – the part of the brain which processes sound – in hearing people and profoundly deaf people. Could […]