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Sensory disabilities may limit a person's development of intersubjectivity, that is, the awareness of self and other, which develops in conjunction with interpersonal communication. This study used intersubjectivity theory to test a new intervention called the High-Quality Communication (HQC) intervention for its effects on a young adult with congenital deafblindness and a developmental age of between 1.5 and 4 years. Three of his social partners were trained to support attunement and meaningdoi:10.1093/deafed/enu006 pmid:24688067 fatcat:mmrejb7slnfqrb5yvn7bcm2doq