Drawing and the Blind (John M. Kennedy) pdf, epub, doc

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This groundbreaking work explores how children and adults who have been blind since birth can both perceive and draw pictures. John M. Kennedy, a perception psychologist, relates how pictures in raised form can be understood by the blind, and how untrained blind people can make recognizable sketches of objects, situations, and events using new methods for raised-line drawing. According to Kennedy, the ability to draw develops in blind people as it does in the sighted, and he provides a new theory of visual and tactile perception that is applicable to both the blind and the sighted.

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