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研究生(外文):TU, KUAN-HUI
論文名稱(外文):An Investigation of Tactile Gestalt Perception for the Visually Impaired People
指導教授(外文):HUANG, HSIN-FU
外文關鍵詞:Visually impairedtactile graphicsshape constructiontactile puzzles
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Vision is the most important sensory sense of people receiving external information, but it is not for visually impaired people. The visually impaired people mainly listen to and receive information from the outside world. When a visually impaired person reads a book and usually expresses it in Braille, no graphic is assisted by the side, so there is a lack of cognition on the graphic. For example, if the book mentions how big the mountain and the sea are, but there is no graphic that can be compared. A tactile graphics card is a term that is often used by visually impaired people to blur the mind. It is transformed into information through tactile graphics. If the graphics are too complex, it affects the collection of information. This study constructs the accuracy and reaction time of visual dysfunction for the recognition of basic tactile figures and the ability of visual psychology. The research results can provide a reference for the design of tactile graphics training aids for visually impaired persons, and then design visually impaired persons. The design of the appearance of the product used.
摘要 i
目錄 iii
表目錄 vi
圖目錄 vii
第一章 緒論 1
1.1研究背景與動機 1
1.2研究目的 2
1.3研究流程 3
第二章 文獻探討 5
2.1視覺障礙者 5
2.2觸知覺 5
2.3視障教育 7
2.3.1觸覺辨識 7
2.3.2觸覺訓練 8
2.3.3視障教育之觸覺圖形 8
2.4觸覺圖形 8
2.5完形原則 11
2.6繪畫圖形 13
2.7文獻小結 14
第三章 研究方法 15
3.1觸摸圖形形狀建構之調查 16
a-1)受測者 16
a-2)實驗刺激與材料 16
a-3)實驗步驟 18
3.2觸摸拼圖績效之探討 20
b-1)受測者 20
b-2)實驗刺激與材料 21
b-3)實驗步驟 22
第四章 研究結果與分析 25
4.1觸覺形狀概念建構之差異調查結果 25
4.1.1不同視力狀況和形狀建構之差異 26
4.1.2不同向度和形狀建構之差異 27
4.1.3性別之差異調查 29
4.1.4不同形狀建構時間差異 31
4.1.5不同形狀之主觀評分差異調查 37
4.2觸覺拼圖績效之結果 42
4.2.1視力狀況之差異調查 42
4.2.2性別之差異調查 44
4.2.3單手雙手之差異調查 46
4.2.4向度之差異調查 49
第五章 討論 55
5.1觸覺形狀建構之差異 55
5.2觸覺拼圖組和結果之差異 58
5.3觸覺圖形結果之差異 59
第六章 結論與未來工作 60
6.1結論 60
6.2未來工作 61
參考文獻 62

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