Sensory compensation in sound localization in people with one eye

@article{Hoover2011SensoryCI,
  title={Sensory compensation in sound localization in people with one eye},
  author={Adria E. N. Hoover and Laurence R. Harris and Jennifer K. E. Steeves},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={216},
  pages={565-574}
}
Some blind people are better at locating sounds than people with normal vision indicating cross-modal plasticity. People who have lost one eye have a unique form of visual deprivation that reduces visual afferent signals by half and can potentially also lead to cross-modal (as well as intra-modal) plasticity. To look for evidence of auditory-visual cross-modal compensation, we measured binaural and monaural sound localization in one-eyed people and compared them with normally sighted controls… CONTINUE READING

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