Emotional development of deaf children: a proposal for intervention

@inproceedings{Henrique2013EmotionalDO,
  title={Emotional development of deaf children: a proposal for intervention},
  author={Renata Sarmento Henrique and Marta Gim{\'e}nez Das{\'i}},
  year={2013}
}
This paper briefly presents the relationship between theory of mind and emotional development in deaf children. Current research suggests that the factor that best explains the delay in theory of mind of late signers is their extremely reduced experience of early conversation and its role as a vehicle to structure the mind. This absence of conversation is the factor that upholds and justifies our proposal for intervention. It is proposed a programme that explicitly tackles all of the abilities… CONTINUE READING

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