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Psychological development of deaf children

Author: Marc Marschark
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1993.
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This book is the first comprehensive examination of the psychological development of deaf children. Because the majority of young deaf children (especially those with nonsigning parents) are reared in language-impoverished environments, their social and cognitive development may differ markedly from hearing children. The author here details those potential differences, giving special attention to how the  Read more...
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Marschark, Marc.
Psychological development of deaf children.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1993
(OCoLC)622853609
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marc Marschark
ISBN: 0195068998 9780195068993 9780195115758 0195115759
OCLC Number: 25873404
Description: xii, 275 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Development of deaf children : issues and orientations : perspectives on deafness --
The Nature and scope of deafness --
Definitions and demographics of deafness --
The Sociocultural context of deafness --
The Linguistic context of development --
About signing and manual communication --
The Early years : the social-emotional context of development : Origins of social development --
The Growth of social interaction --
Looking beyond the mother-infant bond. Social and personality development during the school years : Dependence, independence, and social change during the early school years --
Parents versus peers : social implications of schooling for deaf children --
Striving for achievement and success --
Impulsivity and deafness --
Morality and social perspective-taking --
Foundations of language development in deaf children --
Competence versus performance --
Do deaf children babble? --
The Role of gesture in sign language acquistion --
Cognitive constraints on language development in deaf children. Language acquistion : understanding language development --
Emergence of sign --
Co-occurrence of sign and speech --
Semantic development as indicated through sign language --
Parental imput and language acquistion --
Language acquistion in the context of impoverished language models --
Intelligence and Cognitive Development : Intellectual functioning of deaf children --
Cognitive abilities of deaf children --
Short-Term Memory : Development of Memory Coding --
On memory development --
Visual short-term memory in deaf children --
Temporal and spatial bases of sequential coding in short-term memory --
Short-term memory for linguistic component stimuli --
Short-term memory for familiar, meaningful stimuli. Long-Term Memory : Codes, Organization, and Strategeies : "Early classics" --
Alternatie codes of long-term memory in deaf children --
Organizaton and memory --
Cretivity and flexibility : the Myth of concreteness --
Defining creativity for deaf (or hearing) children --
Nonlinguistic creativity of deaf children --
Linguistic creativity of deaf children --
Figurative language abilities of deaf --
Creativity "directed" at deaf children --
Where does nonliteral language come from? --
Learning to Read and Write : Can J-O-H-N-N-Y read? --
Components of the reading abilities of deaf children --
Writing by deaf children --
Development of deaf children : toward an integrated view : On causes, constraints, and correlates --
Do deaf and hearing children have different brain organization? --
Are deaf children taught to be deficient? --
Future directions.
Responsibility: Marc Marschark.
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