Journal of Special Education Research
Online ISSN : 2188-4838
Print ISSN : 2187-5014
ISSN-L : 2187-5014

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Research Findings on Braille Reading in Japanese
Masaaki Sato
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This paper reviewed prominent research findings on Japanese braille reading published in the Japanese Journal of Special Education, thus revealing three main categories: braille reading speed, finger and hand movement, and legibility/readability. Although much of this evidence has been used to promote braille reading speed through appropriate techniques, the majority of studies have focused on more advanced readers who are blind without additional disabilities. This highlights a relatively unexplored avenue for future research. Thus, one new research question remains: do hand and finger movements foster verbal braille processing in persons with blindness and other disabilities? A few practical studies on braille learning among individuals with multiple disabilities also emphasize the role of hand and finger movements in verbal processing like experience braille readers do. The need for clarification of this issue was discussed.

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