A Study of Some Personality Aspects of Deaf Children
by Lily Brunschwig - 1936
Many conflicting opinions have been expressed about differences in the personality adjustments of deaf and hearing children. In the present study, objective measures of personality are employed to compare deaf with hearing children, and to determine among the deaf the relationship between measures of personality and some other personal characteristics.
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