Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted

Brambring M (2007)
JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS 101(4): 212-225.

Journal Article | Published | English

No fulltext has been uploaded

Abstract
This empirical study compared the average ages at which four children with congenital blindness acquired 32 fine motor skills with age norms for sighted children. The results indicated that the children experienced extreme developmental delays in the acquisition of manual skills and a high degree of variability in developmental delays within and across six categories of fine-motor skills.
Publishing Year
ISSN
PUB-ID

Cite this

Brambring M. Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted. JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS. 2007;101(4):212-225.
Brambring, M. (2007). Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted. JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS, 101(4), 212-225.
Brambring, M. (2007). Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted. JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS 101, 212-225.
Brambring, M., 2007. Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted. JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS, 101(4), p 212-225.
M. Brambring, “Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted”, JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS, vol. 101, 2007, pp. 212-225.
Brambring, M.: Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted. JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS. 101, 212-225 (2007).
Brambring, Michael. “Divergent development of manual skills in children who are blind or sighted”. JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS 101.4 (2007): 212-225.
This data publication is cited in the following publications:
This publication cites the following data publications:

Export

0 Marked Publications

Open Data PUB

Web of Science

View record in Web of Science®

Search this title in

Google Scholar