Are you interested in understanding how the brain works when you are deaf? Come and take part in our research! If you are profoundly or severely deaf since birth or early infancy, right-handed, and more than 18 years of age, get in touch and help us understand how memory, vision and touch work in the … More Memory, Vision and Touch Project
See us on 26th October at the Norwich Science Festival. Visit our stand and Learn to Sign!
Would you like to help us with a research study looking at Cognition in Deaf Children? Do you have a child aged between 2.5 to 10 years old? Does your child have a profound or severe hearing loss? If you answered ‘YES’ to those questions, then please get in touch to help us understand cognitive processes … More Cognition in Deaf Children
Find out about the results of our latest study … More How can our brains change? Lessons from the study of deafness
Are you interested in understanding how the brain works when you are deaf? Come and take part in our research! If you are profoundly or severely deaf since birth or early infancy, right handed, and more than 18 years of age, get in touch and help us understand cognitive processes in the brain of deaf … More Deaf Cognition Project
The workshop “Neural Plasticity: Insights from Deafness and Language”, organised by Prof. Bencie Woll and Dr. Velia Cardin, took place on 3rd and 4th June, 2016, at the Wellcome Collection in Central London … More Neural Plasticity Workshop
There’s a link between dementia and hearing loss in older adults, but why is this? … More Ageing, hearing loss and cognitive decline
Find out eight facts about sign languages … More Learn to Sign!