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“The mind’s eye can develop a knack for language in people who have been blind since birth.” (NewScientist)

“[…] fMRI measures blood flow in the brain to determine which neurons are most active. Since the 1990s the technology has shown, surprisingly, that the visual cortex flares up even in blind people. More puzzlingly, this activity occurs when they … Continue reading

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