But, well, of course they do dream.
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In my dreams usually all senses are involved. So, throwing out the vision there still are quite many senses. To quote the abstract, they found: All blind participants had fewer visual dream impressions compared to sighted control participants.
In summarising previous research they note that: previous studies seem to suggest that individuals who become blind after the age of 7 years retain visual imagery in their dreams, though congenitally blind or early blind onset of blindness before the ages of 5—7 years individuals do not.
They cite a number of previous studies that have looked at dreams of blind people that you may want to check out:  Kerr NH. Dreaming, imagery and perception. Principles and practice of sleep medicine. Philadelphia, PA: W. Saunders Company; Eye movements, attention, and dreaming in subjects with life-long blindness. Can Psychiatry Assoc J ;—7. The EEG, eye movements, and dreams of the blind.
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Quart J Exp Psychol ;—6. The structure of laboratory dream reports in blind and sighted subjects. J Nerv Ment Dis ;— The dreams of blind men and women: a replication and extension of previous findings. Dreaming ;— The psychology of blindness. Chicago, IL: Nelson-Hall; Basel: S. Karger Co. Emotions in the dreams of the blind.
Int J Rehabil Res ;—5. The nightmare dream. Psychol Monogr ;— Dreams of the visually handicapped: toward a normative approach. Am Found Blind Res Bull ;— Manual for the state-trait anxiety inventory Form-Y.
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Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc. Research on touch and blindness has undergone rapid transformation in recent years, with dramatic developments in technology designed to provide assistance to those who are blind, and advancements in robotics that demand haptic interfaces. Touch and Blindness approaches the study of the topic from the perspectives of psychological methodology and the most sophisticated, state-of-the-art techniques in neuroscience.
This book, edited by well-known leaders in the field, is derived from the discussions presented by speakers at a conference held in , and presents current research in the field.