publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018

Guidelines for quantitative and qualitative studies of sensory substitution experience

Kałwak, Weronika; Reuter, Magdalena; Łukowska, Marta; Majchrowicz, Bartosz; Wierzchoń, Michał;
Open Access English
  • Published: 09 May 2018
  • Country: Poland
Information that is normally accessed through a sensory modality (substituted modality, e.g., vision) is provided by sensory substitution devices (SSDs) through an alternative modality such as hearing or touch (i.e., substituting modality). SSDs usually support disabled users by replacing sensory inputs that have been lost, but they also offer a unique opportunity to study adaptation and flexibility in human perception. Current debates in sensory substitution (SS) literature focus mostly on its neural correlates and behavioural consequences. In particular, studies have demonstrated the neural plasticity of the visual brain regions that are activated by the subst...
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