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Language and Experience: Evidence from the Blind Child (Cognitive Science Series)

 
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If learning depends upon sensory experience, then how do children with sensory handicaps manage to learn? In Language and Experience Barbara Landau and Lila Gleitman confront this problem head on as they attempt to describe and explain the remarkable ability of blind children to learn language without essential difficulty.



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