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How Do People Know How to Throw a Ball? Underhand Throwing by Congenitally Totally Blind and Blindfolded Sighted Adults
(Vanderbilt University, 2017-03)
Persons who are blind participate in a wide number of sports, ranging from the various competitions in track and field, to goal ball and baseball. How is it, we asked, that persons know how to throw a ball? Learning ...
The Impact of Prior Postural Experience on Chinese and American Infants’ Object-Exploration Behaviors
(Vanderbilt University, 2017-05-01)
The proposed research focuses on extrinsic factors and aims to investigate how parenting practices, postural positions, and infants’ varied prior experiences in sitting, supine, and reclining postures influence 3-month-old ...
Is what I think really what I think?: Examining implicit and explicit attitudes toward stuttering
(Vanderbilt University, 2017)
This study assessed implicit and explicit attitudes toward people who stutter. Twenty-four typically-fluent college-aged participants completed an Implicit Association Test, a measure of implicit attitudes, to assess the ...