Published in Mental Health Business Week, July 23rd, 2005
"Previous neuroimaging studies identified multimodal brain areas in the visual cortex that are specialized for processing specific information, such as visual-haptic object recognition," scientists in Belgium noted.
In their study, L. Renier and coauthors at the Catholic University of Louvain sought to determine "whether visual brain areas are involved in depth perception when auditory substitution of vision is used."
"Nine sighted volunteers were trained blindfolded to use a prosthesis substituting vision with audition both to...
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