1996 AER International Conference presentation: “Stereotypic Rocking Behavior Among Individuals Who Are Blind: A Qualitative Study,” with Elaine McHugh, July 22, 1996

Recording, Video

Accession Number: 2009.22.19

Scope & Content: Elaine McHugh talks about her study (a doctoral dissertation) of the stereotypic rocking behavior of four VI children ranging in age from 10-13 years: data collection and analysis, results, medical histories, activity patterns, social integration, unanticipated findings, and future directions. Presented in a meeting room of the conference hotel.

Creator: American Printing House for the Blind

Interview Date: / /

Collection: APH Collection

Credit Line: APH Collection, 2009.22

Administrative History: Elaine McHugh, an O&M instructor and then-associate professor at Sonoma State University, made this research paper presentation at the Seventh Biennial International Conference of the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER), which was held in St. Louis, Missouri, July 20-24, 1996, at the Adam's Mark Hotel.

Subjects: Blind children Child behavior Child development