Dealing in turn with blindness, deafness, motor handicaps (as caused by spina bifida, cerebral palsy or thalidomide), Down's syndrome and autism, this book examines the existing psychological research into the developing abilities of handicapped children in movement, perception, cognition, language and social interaction. The book asks what implications the study of these children has for our understanding of development and argues that the evidence undermines the notion that there is only one route by which all children ...

Development and Handicap 1991, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, England

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Development and Handicap 1987, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, England

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