Visual impairment and children's strength

Bishop, Paul; Williams, Trevor; Wyatt, L.; Ng, G.Y.
April 1998
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly;Apr1998, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p195
Academic Journal
Discusses a 1997 study by L. Wyatt and G.Y. Ny, entitled `The Effect of Visual Impairment on the Strength of Children's Hip and Knee Extensors,' which appeared in the `Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness.' Whether blindness causes developmental delays; Effect of low levels of muscular strength on children who are visually impaired.


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