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ERIC Number: ED019762
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 1
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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEAFNESS, SENSORY DEPRIVATION, LEARNING, AND ADJUSTMENT. SECOND EDITION.
MYKLEBUST, HELMER R.
INTENDED FOR ADVANCED COURSES IN DEAF EDUCATION, THE TEXT CONSIDERS (1) THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF DEAFNESS, (2) DEAFNESS AND THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES, (3) LANGUAGE, INCLUDING SPEECH, SPEECHREADING, READING, AND WRITING, AND (4) OTHER HANDICAPS, SPECIAL ABILITIES, AND APTITUDES. THE FOUR AREAS ARE SUBDIVIDED INTO 14 CHAPTERS COVERING THE PROCESS OF HEARING, TYPES AND CAUSES OF DEAFNESS, SENSORY DEPRIVATION AND BEHAVIOR, MENTAL DEVELOPMENT, PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT AND EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT, MOTOR FUNCTIONING, SOCIAL MATURITY, SEEING AND HEARING, AND INTERESTS. ILLUSTRATIONS, CHARTS, AND GRAPHS SUPPLEMENT THE TEXT. REFERENCES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER STUDY (TOTALING 604 ITEMS) ARE GIVEN AT THE END OF EACH CHAPTER. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PUBLISHED BY GRUNE/STRATTON, INC., 381 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10016, AND IS AVAILABLE FOR $7.75. (MW)
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Identifiers: MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALITY INVENTORY