|Dimensions||5.75 × 8.125 × 0.125 in|
#222 JUNE 2014
Deaf people use their brains differently from hearing people—but how do the differences manifest themselves? Some interesting and positive research is being undertaken at various universities, showing how the Deaf brain compensates for lack of utilization of sound, and how Deaf people can do some things better, or quicker, than hearing.
Availability: In stock
There are no reviews yet.