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June 2010 • Volume 104 Number 6

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Sexual Health

Sexual Health Education for Children with Visual Impairments: Talking About Sex Is Not Enough

Chelsea Krupa and Shaniff Esmail

Personnel Preparation

The Expanded Core Curriculum: Where We Have Been, Where We Are Going, and How We Can Get There

Wendy Sapp and Phil Hatlen


Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments

Lauren J. Lieberman, Heidi Byrne, Craig O. Mattern, Celia A. Watt, and Margarita Fernández-Vivó


Sensitivity and Specificity of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Modified for Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired

Walter Wittich, Natalie Phillips, Ziad S. Nasreddine, and Howard Chertkow


Do People Who Became Blind Early in Life Develop a Better Sense of Smell? A Psychophysical Study

Isabel Cuevas, Paula Plaza, Phillippe Rombaux, Olivier Collignon, Anne G. De Volder, and Laurent Renier


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Helen Keller's Legacy: Attending the Opening of The Miracle Worker on Broadway

Keller Johnson-Thompson

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