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  • An adult with EEG sensors to record the brain’s response to sound.
    Anu Sharma
    An adult with EEG sensors to record the brain’s response to sound.
  • Adults with early-stage age-related hearing loss (right) show decreased activation of the hearing portion of the brain compared with normal hearing age-matched adults (left).
    Anu Sharma
    Adults with early-stage age-related hearing loss (right) show decreased activation of the hearing portion of the brain compared with normal hearing age-matched adults (left).
  • Adults with mild age-related hearing loss (right) show brain reorganization in which hearing portions of their brain are recruited for processing visual patterns. This is not seen in age-matched adults with normal hearing (left).
    Anu Sharma
    Adults with mild age-related hearing loss (right) show brain reorganization in which hearing portions of their brain are recruited for processing visual patterns. This is not seen in age-matched adults with normal hearing (left).
  • A good performer with the cochlear implant shows normal brain activations in response to visual and somatosensory (touch) stimulation. A cochlear implant user who performs averagely, however, shows additional recruitment of hearing brain centers for processing vision and tactile stimulation.
    Anu Sharma
    A good performer with the cochlear implant shows normal brain activations in response to visual and somatosensory (touch) stimulation. A cochlear implant user who performs averagely, however, shows additional recruitment of hearing brain centers for processing vision and tactile stimulation.




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