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NENG 231 Bridge to College English: Brain-Deaf

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Finding Info on the Deaf Brain

The imaget is from the VL2 website at Gallaudet University. The deaf brain has been studied by scientists like Peter Hauser and Marc Marschark. Check out the book Deaf Cognition: Foundations and Outcomes. The Science Learning Center on Visual Language (VL2)  at Gallaudet also has scientists such as Laura-Ann Petitto who study and publish on the deaf brain.You can find research papers and articles on the website. Use keywords like the deaf brain AND neuroscience or deaf AND cognition to find information on this topic.If you have a citation and want to look up a journal, use the Periodicals search box below.

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The National Library of Medicine database includes PubMed, MEDLINE, as well as other resources.

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