|MadSci Network: Neuroscience|
To further clarify my question, I would like to tell something I have noticed: Even a visual action as reading, involves first of all recalling the sound of the words we read, and it's not as recognizing a visual symbol for a word. So, we might ask how a deaf person can learn to read, because it involves thinking about the sound of the spoken word. That's where I want to suggest an experiment you might find very tantalizing: If a deaf-born person who can read two or more languages, is given a text in one language that is written with the alphabet of the other, will he still be able to understand it?
Re: How a deaf-born person interpret written language?
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