Is it true that when a person loses their sight their hearing improves to make up for it?
Wed, 02/03/2010 - 16:56 — fledchen
A blind person's ears don't function any better than a sighted person's ears do, but blind people learn to use their hearing more effectively. It is a learned skill rather than a heightened sensitivity.
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