Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of olfaction, audition and tactile senses in mobility and orientation of blinds. Methods: The statistical sample of this research
included 100 blind persons aged between 16 and 75 years [61 males and 39 females] with different level of education [16 persons lower than the diploma, 26 persons diploma, 46 persons bachelor, 12 person MA] , were randomly selected from most regions of the country. Analysis of obtained data were done by Friedman statistical method and using the SPSS software.
Results: It showed the close relationship between the senses, and according to the null hypothesis, based on senses role from the blind's opinion, audition sense has a highest rating and tactile sense has a lowest rating in mobility and orientation of blinds.
Amir Namaei Kohal ,Shahriar Tavousi Tafreshi ,Maryam Aghasi ,
The Influence of the Olfaction, Audition and Tactile Senses in Mobility and Orientation of Blinds,
Iran. Rehabil. J. 2015;
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