2 edition of Theodor lexicon of impairments with emphasis on hearing, visual and multi-sensory impairments found in the catalog.
Theodor lexicon of impairments with emphasis on hearing, visual and multi-sensory impairments
R. T. Enerstvedt
1999 by Skådalen Resource Centre for Special Education of the Hearing Impaired and the Deaf-blind in Oslo .
Written in English
|Statement||Regi Theodor Enerstvedt. [Vol.3], [J-O].|
|Series||Skådalen publications series -- no.7|
|Contributions||Skådalen Resource Centre for Special Education of the Hearing Impaired and the Deaf-blind.|
Shakespeares tragedy of Hamlet
Mádhava Ráo Sindhia
Poems and short stories
Mesopotamia & Egypt (World History Wall Maps)
Creating the Unipart calendar
Dream Yourself Awake
Creativity through interpretation.
International Organisations Bill (HL).
Christmas story in stained glass
International accounting and reporting
Since entering the performance lexicon in the s, the term Live Art has been used to describe a diverse but interrelated array of performance practices and volume offers a.
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Theodor (Lexicon of Impairments with Emphasis on Hearing, Visual and Multi-Sensory Impairments) Skådalen Resource Centre for Special Education of the Hearing Impaired and the Deaf-blind, Oslo, Engelstad, F.; G.
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Nevertheless, converging results such as the ones reported in the synthesis presented by Donald Hofmann in Visual Intelligence () tend to demonstrate the pro-active role of the brain’s wired-in circuitry, which controls the generic rules of construction of our subjective (i.e., phenomenological) visual, auditory and tactile percepts.