Auditory deprivation affects processing of motion, but not color.

@article{Armstrong2002AuditoryDA,
  title={Auditory deprivation affects processing of motion, but not color.},
  author={Brooke A Armstrong and Helen J. Neville and Steven A. Hillyard and Teresa V. Mitchell},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2002},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={422-34}
}
Event-related potentials (ERPs) were recorded in response to color changes of isoluminant, high spatial frequency gratings and to motion of grayscale, low spatial frequency gratings in 11 normally hearing and 11 congenitally deaf adults. The stimuli were designed to activate preferentially the ventral and dorsal streams of visual processing, respectively. Color changes evoked prominent P1 and N1 components in the ERP; motion evoked an early, focal positivity (the P-INZ), a minimal P1, and a… CONTINUE READING