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“History of Deaf-blind Children Education in Russsia”: the Outlines of Science and Great Talent in Domestic Correctional Psychology and Pedagogy 1141
The review reveals the content and the directions of the non-fiction book written by a professor Basilova; this book is written about the history of teaching deaf-blind children in the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and modern Russia. The problems of scientific and methodological supporting the deafblind children are described through the prism of a working career of the three famous domestic speech pathologists and psychologists: Ivan Sokoliansky, Augusta Yarmolenko and Alexander Meshcheryakov.
Keywords: deaf-blind children, correctional psychology, history of psychology, history of educational science, Ivan Sokoliansky, Augusta Yarmolenko, Alexander Meshcheryakov, Tatiana Basilova
Column: Book review