The development of perspective-taking abilities in young blind children
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The development of perspective-taking abilities in young blind children

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches.
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Open LibraryOL18681701M
ISBN 10031556475X
OCLC/WorldCa24907737

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  Parents can also support young children’s spatial reasoning skills by reading them “spatially challenging picture books,” says Temple University’s Nora Newcombe. These includes books that examine scenes from various angles or perspectives, that include maps and spatial language, or whose illustrations require close attention to decipher. Language Development and Social Interaction in Blind Children (Essays in Developmental Psychology) - Kindle edition by Perez-Pereira, Miguel, Conti-Ramsden, Gina. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Language Development and Social Interaction in Blind Children (Essays in Developmental Cited by: Language Development and Social Interaction in Blind Children is also a timely book. The study of blind children's development constitutes a unique opportunity to study the effect of vision on development, and more specifically on the development of language and certain aspects of social cognition.4/5(1). Start studying Chapter Child Development Quizzes. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Young children have an overly simplistic view of what it means to be a good listener. egocentric (awareness of physical differences but not perspective taking), level 1: subjective perspective taking.

This book provides an up-to-date account of blind children's developing communicative abilities with particular emphasis on social cognition and language acquisition from infancy to early school age. It purports to foster dialogue between those interested in the study of typically developing children and those interested in the development of children who are blind and to provide insights and 5/5(1).   Language Development and Social Interaction in Blind Children is also a timely book. The study of blind children's development constitutes a unique opportunity to study the effect of vision on development, and more specifically on the development of language and certain aspects of 4/5(1). The current paper analyzed ToM development in blind children, using the adapted version of the ToM Storybooks; this is a standardized comprehensive test developed to provide a reliable and stable.   Perspective taking, defined as the ability to take on the visual, cognitive, and affective perspective of others, is considered a highly adaptive skill, vital for the child’s social, intellectual, and emotional development. This article provides a critical analysis of scientific psychological literature from to the present on the main methods of intervention used to promote perspective Cited by:

Classroom Activities on Perspective Taking. Every perception a person has is based upon their own personal experience. People perceive the world differently because no two people have the same experiences. Experience makes us who we are. It shapes our minds and opinions, our likes and dislikes. Therefore, it is difficult to have one ideal. b. Even in infancy, children's understanding of quantity has a somewhat abstract quality to it. c. Children acquire a multidimensional understanding of numbers that integrates earlier, separate understandings of quantity, numerals, and counting. d. Children have a biologically built-in mechanism that enables them to recognize quantity even in.   Perspective-Taking Test for Children, designed by the researchers, was used to assess children’s perspective-taking abilities. The results of the study demonstrated that the training program significantly improved perspective-taking performance of children in the treatment group compared to their peers in the nonintervention group, and this Author: Durmuş Aslan, Aysel Köksal Akyol. book. The study of blind children's development constitutes a unique opportunity to study the effect of vision on development, and more specifically on the development of language and certain aspects of social cognition. Current interest in the development of "theory of .