Foveal Processing Under Concurrent Peripheral Load in Profoundly Deaf Adults.

@article{Dye2016FovealPU,
  title={Foveal Processing Under Concurrent Peripheral Load in Profoundly Deaf Adults.},
  author={Matthew W. G. Dye},
  journal={Journal of deaf studies and deaf education},
  year={2016},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={122-8}
}
Development of the visual system typically proceeds in concert with the development of audition. One result is that the visual system of profoundly deaf individuals differs from that of those with typical auditory systems. While past research has suggested deaf people have enhanced attention in the visual periphery, it is still unclear whether or not this enhancement entails deficits in central vision. Profoundly deaf and typically hearing adults were administered a variant of the useful field… CONTINUE READING
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