Seven major dimensions of psychology and deafness are examined historically. These are School Psychology, medical hospital inpatient services, child treatment facilities, substance abuse programs, outpatient mental health services, pastoral counseling and psycholinguistics. Implications are then drawn from past events in these psychological areas and related to future trends in psychological testing, obtaining mental health services, deaf professionals, the deaf underclass, professional identity, and School Psychology services.
Vernon, M. (1995). A Historical Perspective on Psychology and Deafness. JADARA, 29(2). Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/vol29/iss2/6