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The Assessment of Cognitive Development in Blind Infants and Preschoolers — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: One goal of the Bielefeld Developmental Test for Blind Infants and Preschoolers was to try to reduce the difficulties in comparing cognitive development in blind and sighted infants and preschoolers by developing “blind-neutral” items. The results showed that even this test did not permit a fair comparative assessment of cognitive development, but the scale provided a suitable within-group rating in blind children.


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