4 edition of Laterality in blind children found in the catalog.
Laterality in blind children
Includes bibliographical references (p. -98) and index.
|LC Classifications||QP385.5 .I88 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||95902332|
Feely Meely is a game for children who are blind or visually impaired to match braille or print cards to objects pins. Material and Methods. Healthy right-handed children and adults (as measured by the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory (EHI) score of ≥ 50) (Oldfield ) were recruited by word of mouth and through newspaper and TV children had normal neurological and psychometric examination and no history of head trauma or neurological/general medical by:
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Females have a leftward preference in the righting response, indicating this is sex dependent. Laterality in the begging response in chicks varies according to laying order and matches variation in egg androgens concentration. In fish. Laterality determines the organisation of rainbowfish (Melanotaenia spp.) schools. These fish demonstrate an individual eye preference when examining their reflection in . The National Federation of the Blind offers many programs, services, and resources for parents of blind children. Please explore the links below to some of our resources, and be sure to contact your state affiliate to ask about additional programs available in your local area. If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at the national headquarters.
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Congenitally blind and sighted blindfold children between the ages of 6 and 15 years were compared with each other for hand preferences and hand ability. All the children performed a item hand preference test and every child performed three hand ability tasks: a sorting task, a finger dexterity task, and the Minnesota rate of manipulation task, each separately with the left and the right Cited by: We analyzed fMRI data from two samples of congenitally blind adults (n = 19 and n = 13) and one sample of congenitally blind children (n = 20).
Laterality indices were computed for sentence comprehension relative to three different control conditions: solving math equations (Experiment 1), a memory task with nonwords (Experiment 2), and a “does this come next?” task with music Cited by: from book Handbook of Clinical Child Neuropsychology (pp) Development of Cerebral Lateralization in Children Chapter January with 1, ReadsAuthor: Marcel Kinsbourne.
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Analysis of the data indicated that a score combining the subscores from the body-part and laterality sections was predictive of the total battery score (r equals); no significant sex differences were obtained, but those with IQ's ab the totally blind, and children above 13 years scored generally superior to lower IQ, younger, and.
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Participants were either blind or sighted, and this is indicated on the X-axis. The values along the Y-axis indicate the laterality index (LI), with values above 0 indicating a right ear advantage, and values below zero indicating a left ear advantage, with the bar indicating the mean LI and the circles the individual values for each : Michael J.
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