Unilateral deafness in children affects development of multi-modal modulation and default mode networks

@inproceedings{Schmithorst2014UnilateralDI,
  title={Unilateral deafness in children affects development of multi-modal modulation and default mode networks},
  author={Vincent Schmithorst and Elena Plante and Scott K Holland},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
Monaural auditory input due to congenital or acquired unilateral hearing loss (UHL) may have neurobiological effects on the developing brain. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we investigated the effect of UHL on the development of functional brain networks used for cross-modal processing. Children ages 7-12 with moderate or greater unilateral hearing loss of sensorineural origin (UHL-SN; N = 21) and normal-hearing controls (N = 23) performed an fMRI-compatible adaptation of… CONTINUE READING

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