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January 2011 • Volume 105 Number 1

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The Societal Impact of Age-related Macular Degeneration: Use of Social Support Resources Differs by the Severity of the Impairment

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Mark Brennan, Amy Horowitz, Joann P. Reinhardt, Cynthia Stuen, Roman Rubio, and Nina Oestreicher

Orientation & Mobility

The Acuity of Echolocation: Spatial Resolution in Sighted Persons Compared to the Performance of an Expert Who Is Blind

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Santani Teng and David Whitney


Attainment of Developmental Tasks by Adolescents with Visual Impairments and Sighted Adolescents

Jens P. Pfeiffer and Martin Pinquart

Research Reports

The Use of a Tactile--Vision Sensory Substitution System as an Augmentative Tool for Individuals with Visual Impairments

Michael D. Williams, Christopher T. Ray, Jennifer Griffith, and William De l'Aune

Subjective Perception of Visual Distortions or Scotomas in Individuals with Retinitis Pigmentosa

Walter Wittich, Donald H. Watanabe, Michael A. Kapusta, and Olga Overbury


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