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Creating a Computer-Based Learning Environment for Physically Handicapped Children

By Jose Armando Valente

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Coordination only slightly affected. There is an ability to write. 3 - Slow execution of task with addition of significantly reduced coordination and/or unwanted movements resulting in a lowered standard of competence in work requiring dexterity. Fine movements, such as writing, is usually impossible but the subject is able to use a hand for eating. - 205 - Stephen, E. and Hawks, G. (1974) Cerebral Palsy and Mental Subnormality. In Mental Deficiency: the changing outlook. Edited by A.M. Clarke and A.D. B. Clarke. Third edition. The Free Press, New York. Stemlieb, J. L. (1977) The Development of the Concept od Space in Cerebral Palsy Children. Unpublished Doctoral Thesis. The Catholic University of America. Strauss, A. A., and Werner, H. (1942) Disorders of conceptual thinking in the brain injured child; J. Nervous Mental Disease, 1942, 96,153-172. Teuber, H. L., and Rudel, R. G. (1962) Behavior after cerebral lesions in children and adults. Der. Meal Child NeuroL 4, 3-20. Valen

Year: 2007
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