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Western New Mexico Univ., Silver City. – 1967
Over a period of three years a group of 510 rural children participated in a study of visual perceptions, including eye motor coordination, discernment of figures in a ground pattern, form constancy, position in space, and spatial relations, as measured by the Frostig Visual Perceptions Test. Visual perceptions of children of other cultures were…
Descriptors: American Indians, Conservation (Concept), Cultural Influences, Disadvantaged
Sachs, David A.; And Others – 1971
Learning sets programs were administered to preschool deaf children from a variety of representative educational programs throughout the southwest to improve their visual perception skills. The concept of learning sets was described as progression from trial-and-error learning to immediate problem solving by insight. The project consisted of six…
Descriptors: Exceptional Child Research, Hearing Impairments, Learning Processes, Preschool Children