STUDY OF THE TACTUAL RECEPTION OF SIGN LANGUAGE
In the study reported here, 10 experienced deaf-blind users of either American Sign Language or Pidgin Sign English participated in experiments to determine their ability to receive signed materials including isolated signs and sentences. Experimental results are discussed in terms of differences in performance for isolated signs and sentences, differences in error patterns for the ASL and PSE groups, and communication rates relative to visual reception of sign language and other natural methods of tactual communication. JOURNAL OF SPEECH AND HEARING RESEARCH, vol. 38, April 1995, pp. 477-489.
Reed, Charlotte M.; Delhorne, Lorraine A.; and Durlache, Nathaniel I., "STUDY OF THE TACTUAL RECEPTION OF SIGN LANGUAGE" (1995). DeafBlind Culture and Community. 13.