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Health and Fitness

The Effects of a Nutritional Intervention on the Nutritional Knowledge of Children and Adolescents with Visual Impairments

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Lyndsey Celeste-Williams, Lauren J. Lieberman, Priya Banerjee, and Jennifer Boyle

Technology

Haptic Glove Technology: Skill Development Through Video Game Play

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Mary Ellen Bargerhuff, Heidi Cowan, Francisco Oliveira, Francis Quek, and Bing Fang

Practice Reports

The Use of Video Analysis in a Personnel Preparation Program for Teachers of Students Who Are Visually Impaired

Elaine Gale, Ellen Trief, and James Lengel

Low Vision Rehabilitation Intervention for People with Ring Scotomas

Kimberly A. Schoessow, Leah M. Gilbert, and Mary Lou Jackson

Research Reports

Medical School Students' Knowledge of and Familiarity with Visual Impairments: A Pilot Study

Amy R. McKenzie and David L. Henzi

Two Children with Multiple Disabilities Increase Adaptive Object Manipulation and Reduce Inappropriate Behavior via a Technology-assisted Program

Giulio E. Lancioni, Mark F. O'Reilly, Nirbhay N. Singh, Jeff Sigafoos, Robert Didden, Doretta Oliva, and Francesca Campodonico

Interaction of Dual Sensory Loss, Cognitive Function, and Communication in People Who Are Congenitally Deaf-Blind

Jesper Dammeyer

Around the World

Mancala Games and Their Suitability for Players with Visual Impairments

Alex de Voogt, Laurie Linders, and Ellen van den Broek

NEWS AND FEATURES

Editor's Page

COSB Commentary

Actionable Intelligence

Eugene McMahon

This Mattered to Me

"Cannibalism is Alive and Well in the Blindness Field," by Susan J. Spungin

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Web Special Feature

Cannibalism is Alive and Well in the Blindness Field

Susan Jay Spungin

From the Field

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