Thinking Without Language: Psychological Implications of Deafnessby Hans G. Furth
Study of the intellectual functioning of deaf people. Presents data and conclusions of major importance to psychologists and others concerned with theories of thought and learning.
Condition and Notes
Acceptable: 1968 second printing. Top of text block is red (same as end papers); some scuffing/nicking to dust jacket; pages are 'rough cut'; previous owner's name.
Hardback, 235 pages, 495g
The Free Press, 1966-1968
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