Thursday, December 20, 2007

Are a blnd person's other sense more acute than a sighted person's?

There is no physiological evidence to suggest that the senses of touch, taste, smell, or hearing are superior in the blind. It is true, however, that persons who lose one sense almost always become more adept at using the sense they have left, giving the impression that these remaining senses are inherently more acute.

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