A summary of research investigating echolocation abilities of blind and sighted humans.

@article{Kolarik2014ASO,
  title={A summary of research investigating echolocation abilities of blind and sighted humans.},
  author={Andrew J Kolarik and Silvia Cirstea and Shahina Pardhan and Brian C. J. Moore},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2014},
  volume={310},
  pages={60-8}
}
There is currently considerable interest in the consequences of loss in one sensory modality on the remaining senses. Much of this work has focused on the development of enhanced auditory abilities among blind individuals, who are often able to use sound to navigate through space. It has now been established that many blind individuals produce sound emissions and use the returning echoes to provide them with information about objects in their surroundings, in a similar manner to bats navigating… CONTINUE READING
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