Experiencing the Museum. The Dominant Hand and the Dominant Eye in a Child: Interaction of Cerebral Hemispheres. A Lecture by Maria Baulina

18 February 2018
14:00–15:30

DESCRIPTION

In the run-up to the annual training course Experiencing the Museum, which explores various aspects of inclusion, Garage invites visitors to a lecture on neuropsychological analysis of the development of verbal and non-verbal thinking in children with cochlear implants.

Garage continues its program of events that introduce museum professionals to various aspects of disability and working with people who have disabilities. Neuropsychologist and lecturer at the Department of Clinical Psychology of Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis Maria Baulina will speak about the development of a dominant hand, dominant eye, and dominant ear (in case both ears have implants) in children and the development of visual space perception in preschoolers.

ABOUT THE LECRURER

 

Maria Baulina is a neuropsychologist, Candidate of Sciences and lecturer at the Department of Clinical Psychology of Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis.

 

 

ABOUT EXPERIENCING THE MUSEUM

In 2015, Garage’s Department of Inclusive Programs launched an annual training program devoted to various aspects of inclusion and bringing together Russian and international accessibility experts, researchers, teachers, and museum professionals.

HOW TO TAKE PART

Free admission with advance registration.

The lecture will be interpreted into Russian Sign Language and is accessible to deaf and hard of hearing visitors.

REGISTRATION

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