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PSYCHOLOGY AUDIOLOGY AND DEAFNESS
THE CULTURAL CONTEXT
THE LINGUISTIC STATUS OF SIGN LANGUAGE
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ability acquisition adults American Sign Language ASL signs aspects associated auditory basic behavior Bellugi brain British Sign Language chapter Chomsky coding cognitive complex context deaf and hearing deaf child deaf children deaf culture deaf persons deaf students deaf subjects early education of deaf effects employed English evidence example experience factor finger spelling function Gallaudet College gesture grammar guage handicapped hearing impairment hearing loss hearing-impaired hemisphere advantage inflections input interaction Klima learning left hemisphere linguistic lipreading LRCS major manual communication manually coded English methods of communication normal noun Oral Skill parents pattern perception performance prelingually deaf presented problems programs Psychology reading recent relationship response right hemisphere Rodda scores semantic sentences showed sign lan social spatial speech spoken language stimuli Stokoe structure suggests syntactical syntax teachers theory tion total communication variables verb verbal visual words