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Comparative Study of working Memory of Visually Impaired Students and Sighted Students

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.5, No. 3)

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Page : 678-680

Keywords : Working Memory; Visually Impaired Student; Sighted Student; Congenitally Blind.;

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Memory refers to the system that are assumed to be necessary in order to keep things in mind while performing complex task such as reasoning, comprehension and learning. “We use our eyes to see but it's the brain that translates the information to make an image.” When we discussed about visually impaired student there is evidence that they may strengthen their memory skills to compensate for absence of vision. Blind people must rely more than sighted people on auditory input in order to acquire information about the world. The present study was designed to test the hypothesis that blind people have better working memory than sighted individuals for auditory verbal material.

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