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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Visual-spatial Function In Cerebral Palsy And Proposal Of A New Test Computer-assisted [função Vísuo-espacial Em Paralisia Cerebral E Proposta De Novo Teste Com A Ajuda De Computador.]|
De Moura-Ribeiro M.V.
|Abstract:||The first idea of this study is that there may be a disturbance of the visuo-spatial function in cerebral palsy. This idea is based upon the theories of Luria and Piaget. The second idea of this study is that the computer can help the investigation of visuo-spatial function. With the intention of evaluating the spatial function in cerebral palsy, the literature related to these themes was revised. We justify the proposal of a new test to study visuo-spatial function. This test uses straight lines in four different orientations and the subject has to recognize and arrange them individually or sets of them. This was done through the use of pencil and paper, and computer. The results confirm that there is a spatial disturbance and that a better understanding of the subject's difficulties was made possible through the use of the computer and the Logo computer language.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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