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Responses to Ambiguous Stimuli by Three Toddlers Who Are Blind as a Measure of Mother-Child Communication (Online)

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Abstract: Three toddlers who are blind were observed in their homes within the context of ongoing family activities. The observations focused on interactive communication between the children and their mothers in response to spontaneous events, both routine and novel, and to a series of novel events that were introduced systematically to the children and their mothers. The findings support the use of quasi-experimental observations of responses to ambiguous stimuli as a tool for assessing interactional strengths and weaknesses in the communication of blind toddlers and their mothers.

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ISBN: jvib920902
Year of publication: 1998
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