Looking at hands
John and Ian Locking
This is a subclass of the class of behaviours involving body parts used as symbolic
objects. This odd behaviour is seen in a small percentage of young normal children
and older mentally retarded people. It is not the kind of behaviour which consists
of self-stimulation by twiddling the fingers between the child's eyes and a light source.
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© 2004 John and Ian Locking
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