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Psycho-dynamic development problems in the congenitally blind

Lenore McGuire

Psycho-dynamic development problems in the congenitally blind

by Lenore McGuire

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Published by University Microfilms, Inc., Ann Arbor in Michigan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children, Blind -- Psychology.,
  • Handicapped children -- Development.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLenore Lillian McGuire.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 269 p. ;
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21314031M

    David Matsumoto (born August 2, ) is an author, psychologist and areas of expertise include culture, emotion, facial expressions, nonverbal behavior and oto is a professor at San Francisco State University and also the Director of Humintell - a company that provides "unique training in the fields of facial expression of emotion, nonverbal behavior. Before training, TMS of the occipital cortex elicited phosphenes in the control subjects but not in the congenitally blind. In sharp contrast, following a 1-week training with the TDU, occipital TMS evoked “tactile sensations” on the tongue in the blind subjects (Fig. 4 a). These were described as short-lasting tingling sensations, varying.

    Congenital blindness is one of the rare human models to explore the role of experience-driven cross-modal compensation after early sensory deprivation. The auditory and tactile stimuli were now presented in sequence. Although both groups performed the task with similar accuracy, we observed that blind participants had shorter reaction times than sighted controls for the detection of spatial. 4. Identify the theory would agree with the following claim: “Racial groups—Samoan, black, white, etc.—really do exist, but not in the way that groups like ‘congenitally blind people’ or ‘diabetic people’ exist. Rather, racial groups exist in the same way that groups like ‘cool people’ or .

      If congenitally blind people can’t use vision to build up their model of the world, they rely solely on their other senses. “The idea we’re trying to get at is, there must be something different in the representation and the stability of the internal world in congenitally blind people,” Pollak said. Film Analysis Psychology Social-Psychological Analysis of the Blind Side The Blind Side depicts the story of Michael Oher, a seventeen year old African American homeless boy from a broken home, taken in by Leigh Anne Tuohy, a wife and mom of two living in a well to-do neighborhood.


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Psycho-dynamic development problems in the congenitally blind by Lenore McGuire Download PDF EPUB FB2

Psychosocial Development Psychosocial development is an integration of the principles of personal, psychological and cultural or social development. The psychosocial view of problems focuses on the idea that problems are rooted in relationship issues.

This book reviews the considerable body of research that has been done to evaluate the touch skills of blind people. With an emphasis on cognitive and neuroscientific approaches, it encompasses a wide-ranging discussion of the theoretical issues in Cited by:   The book also aims to identify and examine current theoretical issues which are likely to be at the centre of developments in the fields of child language and developmental ge Development and Social Interaction in Blind Children is also a timely book.

The study of blind children's development constitutes a unique opportunity to. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

Leisure: The lack of accessibility for the visually impaired is central to a number of the issues the blind or low visual individuals face. Leisure is another one on the list.

There is a limited number of inclusive/accessible activities for the visually impaired, which are as simple as a museum visit. Moreover, accessible books are not abundant. Blindness affects congenitally blind children development in different ways, language development being one of the areas less affected by the lack of vision [34].

The absence of vision does not in. This book reviews the considerable body of research that has been done to evaluate the touch skills of blind people. With an emphasis on cognitive and neuroscientific approaches, it encompasses a wide-ranging discussion of the theoretical issues in.

We video recorded the facial expressions of 10 congenitally blind children and 10 sighted children (as a control group) in seven everyday situations considered as emotion elicitors. The recorded sequences were analysed according to the Maximally Discriminative Facial Movement Coding System (Max; Izard, ) and then judged by decoders who.

Brain imaging (below) shows that when congenitally blind people hear an audio-movie or listen to a book-on-tape narrative, regions of the cerebral. Full text of "Nonverbal communication and the congenitally blind: a subject bibliography of print and non-print materials for the development of training programs" See other formats PRINT M o j= O 3 - -'•-5 3 cr O) 13 Q) -S 01 CD 3 O 3 Q.

O 3 3 fi> CONGENITALLY BLIND: A. This book reviews the considerable body of research that has been done to evaluate the touch skills of blind people. With an emphasis on cognitive and neuroscientific approaches, it encompasses a wide-ranging discussion of the theoretical issues in the field of touch perception and volume includes chapters on sensory aspects of touch, perception in blind individuals, multimodal.

Morton A. Heller is Professor Emeritus and the former chair of the Psychology Department at Eastern Illinois University. He has edited four books on touch and blindness.

Heller has served on the Editorial Board of Perception, and is an action editor for the has interests in spatial perception and drawing in blind and sighted people, the relationship between the senses of Manufacturer: Psychology Press.

A long-standing enigma in psychiatry has been why no-one has been able to find someone who has both congenital blindness and a diagnosis of schizophrenia. The newest and most comprehensive archive study to date has just been published on exactly this issue although it raises more questions than it answers.

Evelina Leivada and Cedric Boeckx from the University of Barcelona in. When they tragically go blind, they can build off of what they know. Amelia never had that luxury. Due to a problem in fetal development, Amelia was born without either of.

The "I-You" distinction in congenitally blind children is delayed, as is representational play, which is part of the basis for the development of symbolic language.

Kitson and Thacker () suggest that as a result, congenitally blind adults may have depersonalised relationships; they. Congenitally blind and partially sighted children were tested for their ability to learn and recall a layout of tactile symbols.

Children explored layouts of one, three, or five shapes which they then attempted to reproduce. Journal of Experimental Psychology: “The problem of imagery and spatial development in the blind. Synopsis This book reviews the considerable body of research that has been done to evaluate the touch skills of blind people.

With an emphasis on cognitive and neuroscientific approaches, it encompasses a wide-ranging discussion of the theoretical issues in the field of touch perception and blindness.

Twenty congenitally blind (12 female, mean age = years, SD = ) and 20 sighted participants (10 female, mean age = years, SD = ) took part in the experiment for a stipend. All of them were native speakers of Spanish, and were first and second year undergraduates at major Argentine universities.

Developmental Psychology 2 Blindness and Child Development RNIB Statistics % population registerable blind children and development of reaching etc. Early Social Interactions Preisler () congenitally blind children. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 76, Recovery from blindness is the phenomenon of a blind person gaining the ability to see, usually as a result of medical treatment.

As a thought experiment, the phenomenon is usually referred to as Molyneux's first published human case was reported in by the surgeon William ts who experience dramatic recovery from blindness experience significant to total. The paper presents the outcome of an experiment on concept understanding in Polish congenitally totally blind and sighted children.

A test of free associations was administered to a group of 40 sighted and 24 congenitally totally blind children between the ages of 7 and 9.Language Development and Social Interaction in Blind Children 1st Edition.

Miguel Perez-Pereira, Gina Conti-Ramsden Septem This book provides an up-to-date account of blind children's developing communicative abilities with particular emphasis on social cognition and language acquisition from infancy to early school age.There is controversy over the existence and nature of blind children's limitations in symbolic play.

In this study we tested 13 5- to 9-year-old congenitally blind children for the ability to symbolize when an adult provided scaffolding for their play.