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Advances in Psychological Science    2020, Vol. 28 Issue (6) : 969-977     DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1042.2020.00969
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Effects of visual language on reading among people who are deaf and hard of hearing and the underlying mechanisms
ZHAO Ying,WU Xinchun(),XIE Ruibo,FENG Jie,SUN Peng,CHEN Hongjun
Research Center of Children’s Reading and Learning, Beijing Key Laboratory of Applied Experimental Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China
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Abstract  

The auditory channel is disabled for people who are deaf and hard of hearing, so they have to rely heavily on visual language — lip-reading and sign language — to develop their reading ability. Lip-reading can help deaf and hard-of-hearing people to form phonological representation, develop vocabulary knowledge, and promote word reading and reading comprehension. Oral and written language processing activates sign language, which affects all levels of reading ability for people who are deaf and hard of hearing. Future research should explore the role of reading skills such as phonological awareness and vocabulary knowledge in the effect of visual language on reading ability, and develop a theoretical model that explains the mechanisms underlying reading acquisition by visual language for Chinese people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Keywords deaf and hard-of-hearing people      visual language      reading ability      lip-reading      sign language     
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Corresponding Authors: Xinchun WU     E-mail: xcwu@bnu.edu.cn
Issue Date: 22 April 2020
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Ying ZHAO,Xinchun WU,Ruibo XIE, et al. Effects of visual language on reading among people who are deaf and hard of hearing and the underlying mechanisms[J]. Advances in Psychological Science, 2020, 28(6): 969-977.
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