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Anna Jean Ayres

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  1. born on a Walnut farm in Visalia, California in 1920 to Fletcher Ayres and Louise Stamm, who were both school teachers

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  2. born 1920

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  3. a developmental psychologist known for her work in the area of sensory integration dysfunction, a term she coined in the 1960s to describe a theory used in occupational therapy

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  4. died 1989

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  5. the author of several books on the subject, including Sensory Integration and the Child

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