Congenitally blind humans use different stimulus selection strategies in hearing: an ERP study of spatial and temporal attention.

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PURPOSE Superior temporal processing skills, both in the auditory and tactile system have been reported in blind as compared to sighted humans. The present experiment tested whether blind people prefer, as a possible consequence, temporal rather than spatial stimulus selection strategies. METHODS Eight congenitally blind adults were tested in a selective… (More)

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