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May 2010 • Volume 104 Number 5

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Charles Bonnet Syndrome: A Review of the Literature

Lauren O' Farrell, Sandra Lewis, Amy McKenzie, and Lynda Jones


An Assessment-for-Learning System in Mathematics for Individuals with Visual Impairments

Eric G. Hansen, Valerie J. Shute, and Steven Landau

Multiple Disabilities

Language and Play in Students with Multiple Disabilities and Visual Impairments or Deaf-Blindness

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Lianna Pizzo and Susan M. Bruce

Research Reports

The Employment and Postsecondary Educational Status of Transition-Age Youths with Visual Impairments

Michele Capella McDonnall

A Computer Program for Training Eccentric Reading in Persons with Central Scotoma

Erich Kasten, Peggy Haschke, Ulrike Meinhold, and Petra Oertel-Verweyen

Gender Differences and the Risk of Falls in Individuals with Profound Vision Loss

Christopher T. Ray and Steven L. Wolf


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Sharing Resources, Forming Partnerships, and Fighting for What's Right in a Tough Economy

Stuart H. Wittenstein

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