Deafness, research, and me

While there are a number of deafness-related research publications here, I tend to avoid focus on deaf-related research as there are too many annoying misunderstandings about objectivity, as though people with no direct personal experience have a more authoritative understanding of the circumstances of my life and what is useful (or offensive) to me. 

Author: Kathryn Woodcock

Dr. Kathryn Woodcock is Professor at Toronto's Ryerson University, teaching, researching, and consulting in the area of human factors engineering / ergonomics particularly applied to amusement rides and attractions (https://thrilllab.blog.ryerson.ca), and to broader occupational and public safety issues of performance, error, investigation and inspection, and to disability and accessibility.