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In contrast, these findings demonstrate the ability to explore a real space in advance through a virtual environment, and to use orientation strategies and sensory landmarks within it, as was reported in studies on spatial performance with people who were congenitally or adventitiously totally blind (Lahav & Mioduser, 2004) or those who had low vision (Parente & Bishop, 2003; Sanchez et al.
Thus, the data was categorized into the following groups: (1) the group of 8 congenitally blind subjects (CBG), (2) the group of 5 adventitiously blind who rated their residual vision as low (ABG1); (3) the group of 5 adventitiously blind who rated their residual vision as high or very high (ABG2), and (4) the sighted group (SG).
Using his gifted memory and his spatial skills at understanding maps/directions more prominent in the adventitiously blind than the congenitally blind, Swearingen daily would walk the ten-block route from his home on Blanding Street in Columbia to his office unaccompanied.
Aversive initial experiences with clients may, for instance, adventitiously shape patterns of avoidance behavior in therapists.
Thus, as the Ninth Amendment also makes clear, "unalienable Rights" are not limited to those adventitiously catalogued at any one time: "The enumeration .
Contaminants include all adventitiously introduced substances, and are not intended to be part of the manufacturing process.
He noted that their control over significant assets arises only adventitiously and their actions otherwise have little influence over the array of interactions that make up international relations.
Adding to this limitation might be a still large predator contingent adept at consuming hard clam recruits adventitiously.
Not only in "the West" but all over the world, the vocal user community that contributes most to policy formulation consists of the tiny minority of congenitally or paediatrically blind people who have grown up in the visual impairment education system as Braille users as opposed to adventitiously blind people who are highly resistant to Braille and require large print and/or audio books and documents.
We find Shakespeare working adventitiously when we try to come to terms with his surprising timeliness (say, making a play about a Moor shortly after a Moorish ambassador is painted at court) as well as the demands arising from working with a repertory company (requiring, for instance, a Will Kempish role).
4) Such technologies often comprise readymade, heterogeneous conceptual and practical tools that are adventitiously and contingently assembled into functioning machines whose sole defining feature is that they somehow work.
They lead the scientist adventitiously into the unexplored fractions of space and time, from which he returns to reports his findings and fulfill his social role.