Barry, Susan R.

Summary: "Doctors have been able to cure some forms of congenital blindness and deafness for decades. But this has created another problem: most people end up hating their new senses. To ask someone to adapt to a new sense is to ask them to reshape their entire world. Many simply cannot. Every waking minute, they are bombarded by meaningless sights or sounds. Some sink into a depression so great that...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Basic Books 2021

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Barry, Susan R.

Contents: Stereoblind -- Mixed-up beginnings -- School crossings -- Knowing where to look -- Fixing my gaze -- The space between -- When two eyes see as one -- Nature and nurture -- Vision and revision.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Basic Books 2009

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