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Can animation compensate for temporal processing difficulties in deaf people?

Abstract : This article addresses the issue of animation as an aid for temporal processing difficulties in deaf people learning the Highway Code. A decision‐making task involving static or animated road situations was performed by 21 deaf and 24 hearing participants. They were confronted with four types of driving situations (overtaking, negotiating roundabouts, highways, and intersections) and had to decide whether or not to proceed. Participants were presented with two different formats (static vs. animated) and two levels of difficulty (simple vs. complex). Results showed that deaf participants had poorer performances in the static condition than hearing participants. Performance was better in the animated condition than in the static condition, especially in deaf participants. The benefits of animation were greater in complex situations for all participants. Decisions made on dynamic road situations were facilitated by the presence of spatiotemporal dimensions. These proved helpful to deaf candidates who have difficulties in this particular area.
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Sébastien Laurent, Jean-Michel Boucheix, Stéphane Argon, Antonio R. Hidalgo‐muñoz, Laurence Paire-Ficout. Can animation compensate for temporal processing difficulties in deaf people?. Applied Cognitive Psychology, Wiley-Blackwell, 2020, 34 (2), pp.308-317. ⟨10.1002/acp.3617⟩. ⟨hal-02512973⟩



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