A new study reports it takes longer for deaf infants to become familiar with new objects. Researchers say the study highlights a difference in how infants process information, even when the information is not auditory in nature.
Max Planck Institute researchers report deaf children who receive cochlear implants are better at learning words when introduced to spoken word than children with normal hearing.
A new study reports that the neural architecture of the auditory cortex is virtually identical in those who are profoundly deaf and those who can hear.
Researchers are attempting to re-engineer and simplify music to be more enjoyable for people with cochlear implants.
A baby's repetitive babbling is influenced by the infant's ability to hear itself.
According to a new study, brief exposure to mild trauma or sudden sounds can permanently alter neural networks and form long lasting memories.