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another good article


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Make your (re)habilitation activities even more effective by lip-reading and using subtitles while you watch TV or movies.


There's a new study in the neurology journal BRAIN that looked at the connection between what people see and what they hear after cochlear implantation. It showed that seeing something, while you hear it, helps to build speech comprehension.

 

http://brain.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2013/10/17/brain.awt274

 

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