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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 1078
Bochaver K.A., PhD in Psychology, Head of Laboratory of Sport Psychology, Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
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