January 15, 2015

Simulated Blindness May Not Help Others Understand

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Simulated Blindness May Not Help Others Understand

Simulating blindness can have negative effects on people’s perceptions of the visually impaired. According to a study done at the University of Colorado, techniques such as dining in the dark and wearing a blindfold around the house may not be as helpful to others, as believed. For an insightful discussion of this issue, read Simulated sightlessness can have negative effects on people’s perceptions of visually impaired.

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