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ERIC Number: EJ133795
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Publication Date: 1975
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Spatial Perception in the Blind
Jones, Bill
British Journal of Psychology, 66 pt4, 461-72, Nov 75
One possible explanation of the differences between blind and sighted persons (McKinney, 1964; Attneave & Benson, 1969; Warren, 1970) is that vision is the primary spatial reference, and inputs from other modalities are fitted to a visual map. Several criticisms of this theory are adduced. (Editor/RK)
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