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Perceptual and Motor Development in Children
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abilities adequate age at onset age range apparently areas aspects assessed auditory blind and sighted blind child blind children blind from birth blind group blind infant blind subjects body image Burlingham characteristics concept control group correlation deaf-blind developmental lag differences between blind discrimination discussed early vision effective emotional disturbance environment etiology evaluation evidence experience factors Fraiberg functional group of sighted groups of blind handicap haptic Hayes-Binet imagery important involved language later blind literature mobility motor noted objects occur parents partially sighted pattern percent perceptual performance play therapy possible problems produce question ranged in age relationship relatively reported residential school residual vision responses retarded retinoblastoma RLF children sample scale sensory sensory deprivation sighted child sighted children sighted controls sighted group sighted infants sighted subjects significant significantly spatial relations suggested tactile tactual task tion totally blind variables various verbal visually impaired WISC