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Re: auditory training for the blind
On a similar note, I'm interested as to whether anyone does any training
aimed at improved 'cognitive mapping' of the layout of places, and to what
extent auditory distance perception (actually 'range') is similar (or not)
in blind and sighted persons. I've a feeling that this may differ for early
and late blind persons. If so, I'm wondering to what extent training in
mapping can lessen the differences.
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