Sensory Substitution Improves Speech Understanding in Hearing Impaired

Our brains are incredibly adept at adjusting to new challenges, a general concept known as neuroplasticity. Some blind people are known to use echolocation, and now there’s a proof of concept for a similar idea for those that can’t hear well.

A group of Israeli and Polish scientists have developed a “sensory substitution device,&# (Read more...)

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Sensory Substitution Improves Speech Understanding in Hearing Impaired

Our brains are incredibly adept at adjusting to new challenges, a general concept known as neuroplasticity. Some blind people are known to use echolocation, and now there’s a proof of concept for a similar idea for those that can’t hear well.

A group of Israeli and Polish scientists have developed a “sensory substitution device,&# (Read more...)

Full Story →