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Emotional Status and Development in Children Who Are Visually Impaired
Abstract: This study examined the developmental attainments of children with visual impairments, aged 6–59 months, with and without emotional deficits, behavioral deficits, or both. It found that an emotional or behavioral deficit was significantly related to gross motor and visual motor integration, expressive and receptive language, and social or personal development, and that there was an interaction between the effect of the mother's education and the child's age on the child's perception of language.
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