By David S. Martin
Now in Paperback! the second one overseas Symposium on Cognition, schooling, and Deafness in 1989 broadened and deepened the scope of research initiated on the first convention held 5 years previous. Advances in Cognition, schooling, and Deafness offers the consequences in one built-in quantity. The 39 students from 14 countries who attended provided constant growth from the 1st symposium and new parts of analysis, specially within the examine of functions in schooling and the hot box of neuro-anatomical dimensions of cognition and deafness. this significant booklet has been geared up below six significant subject matters: Cognitive review; Language and Cognition; Cognitive improvement; Neuroscientific matters; Cognitive tactics; and Cognitive Intervention courses. this beneficial examine additionally positive aspects courses designed to facilitate the training of deaf contributors in cognitive geographical regions, and questions about methodological difficulties dealing with researchers in deafness. Advances in Cognition, schooling, and Deafness additionally synthesizes this wealth of knowledge with the extra price of the target standpoint of a cognitive psychologist in a roundabout way serious about the sector of deafness. academics, scholars, students, and researchers will contemplate this an vital reference for years yet to come.
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48-1984. Page iii CONTENTS Foreword ix Acknowledgments xi Contributors xiii 1 Introduction David S. Martin 3 2 The Link Between Hand and Brain: Implications from a Visual Language Ursula Bellugi 11 3 Cognitive Assessment Identification of Additional Learning Difficulties in Hearing-Impaired Children D. Yvonne Aplin 39 A Portrait of Children in Transition: Utilizing the Salient Responses of Infants and Toddlers to Evaluate Sensorimotor Change Terry R. Berkeley 49 A Meta-Analytic Review of IQ Research with Deaf Persons Jeffery P.
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Many challenging and puzzling methodological problems face the researcher interested in deafness, and as a guide to these questions and possible avenues toward their resolution, a special brief chapter (chapter 11) is included after the theme groupings. The closing chapter provides a synthesis of the numerous papers and presentations in this volume, particularly from the viewpoint of a cognitive psychologist from outside the field of deafness; Howard Pollio makes comments that draw together all the individual studies and provides a charge to the field of deafness research in regard to cognition and education.