Understanding and representing space theory and evidence from studies with blind and sighted children oxford science publications 1998th edition by susanna millar author visit amazons susanna millar page find all the books read about the author and more . Findings from the work with congenitally totally blind and with sighted children together with studies from a wide variety of other areas are set in the context of intersensory and spatial development understanding and representing space theory and evidence from studies with blind and sighted children susanna millar abstract. Understanding and representing space theory and evidence from studies with blind and sighted children oxford science publications by millar susanna and a great selection of related books art and collectibles available now at abebookscom. 13 stm and wm in blind versus sighted children previously mentioned studies concerned blind adults only a few studies have examined the memory performance of blind children the results of the scarce literature point in the same direction as those for adults blind children outperform sighted children on stm tasks. This book breaks new ground in our understanding of how we perceive and represent the space around us one of the central topics in cognitive psychology it presents a new view of development and spatial cognition by reversing the usual focus on vision and examining the evidence onrepresentation in the total absence of vision without specific brain damagefindings from the authors work with
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