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Lexical skills of hearing-impaired students

Ivona Radić
Sandra Bradarić Jončić ; Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Emica Farago ; Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu


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The aim of this investigation was to examine the hearing-impaired students' lexical skills using Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test and to determine differences among respondents with different hearing status (deaf-hard of hearing – respondents with cochlear implants), as well as differences between respondents attending different types of schools (special and regulkar secondary school). Fourty eight hearing-impaired students participated in this investigation, of the age from 15,2 to 21,5 years. Out of 48 hearing-impaired examinees 25 were deaf with classic hearing aids, 17 had CI and 6 were hard of hearing. Seventine examinees attended regular secondary schools whereas 31 examinees attended a special secondary school for the hearing impaired. Using the equivalent pairs method, every respondent in the sample of hearing-imapired students had its hearing mate of the same age, gender and type of the school. Thus 48 hearing students were also examined. The results showed significantly poorer results of the hearing-impaired than hearing respondents on the PPVT. Hearing-impaired students attending regular schools achieved significantly better results than those attending special school. There was no difference between 3 groups of hearing-impaired students in lexical skills.

Ključne riječi

deafness; cochlear implants; linguistic skills; lexical skills

Hrčak ID:

28993

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/28993

Datum izdavanja:

10.11.2008.

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