Several theories (e.g. depth-of-processing theory, Paivio's dual-code hypothesis) suggest that vision is an important step in processing information. Hearing is the other sense relied on in perceiving stimuli. In addition, we have also discussed the importance of schemata to organize our world. Schemata are conceptual frameworks used to organize knowledge and inform how we interpret experiences. For individuals who are visually impaired, would you suggest that aspects of phenomenon are overlooked and compromised, or are schemata adapted?