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Crossmodal plasticity refers to the reorganisation of sensory cortices in the absence of their main sensory input. Understanding this phenomenon provides insights into brain function and its potential for change and enhancement. Using fMRI, we investigated how early deafness and consequent varied language experience influence crossmodal plasticity and the organisation of executive functions (EF) in the adult brain. Results from four visual EF tasks (working memory, switching, planning,doi:10.1101/2021.02.08.430248 fatcat:phgyzzbls5hvrhclgnrfknxgb4