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Behavioral training promotes multiple adaptive processes following acute hearing loss.

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The brain possesses a remarkable capacity to compensate for changes in inputs resulting from a range of sensory impairments. Developmental studies of sound localization have shown that adaptation to asymmetric hearing loss can be achieved either by reinterpreting altered spatial cues or by relying more on those cues that remain intact. Adaptation to monaural deprivation in adulthood is also possible, but appears to lack such flexibility. Here we show, however, that appropriate behavioral trai...

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Peer reviewed
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10.7554/elife.12264

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Rosenior-Patten, O More by this author
Dahmen, JC More by this author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Physiology Anatomy and Genetics
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King, AJ
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WT076508AIA; WT108369/Z/15/Z
Publisher:
eLife Sciences Publications Publisher's website
Journal:
eLife Journal website
Volume:
5
Pages:
Article: e12264
Publication date:
2016-03-05
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EISSN:
2050-084X
URN:
uuid:bef4c9aa-7d11-4c17-a933-3a7c15772f3f
Source identifiers:
611597
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pubs:611597
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English
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