Deaf brain processes touch differently: Lacking sound input, the primary auditory cortex ‘feels’ touch

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People who are born deaf process the sense of touch differently than people who are born with normal hearing, according to new research. The finding reveals how the early loss of a sense — in this case hearing — affects brain development.

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