Hearing vs. the Brain and How We Process Sound

Mild-To-Moderate Hearing Loss May Change How The Brain Processes Sound In Children

Sensory learning develops from birth in the form of taste, touch, sight, smell, and sound. Without one of these senses, the ability to combine and build upon these senses decreases. For example, as a child, when you smell freshly mowed grass you might be standing on the lawn. You’ll see the green of the grass,… Continue reading Hearing vs. the Brain and How We Process Sound