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July 2011 • Volume 105 Number 7

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Learning to Write in Braille: An Analysis of Writing Samples from Participants in the Alphabetic Braille and Contracted (ABC) Braille Study

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Jane N. Erin and Tessa S. Wright


Accuracy and Techniques in the Preparation of Mathematics Worksheets for Tactile Learners

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L. Penny Rosenblum and Tina Herzberg

Psychosocial Issues

Resilience in Parents of Young Adults with Visual Impairments

Heidi de Klerk and Abraham P. Greeff

The Relationship of Perceived Social Support with Well-Being in Adults with Visual Impairments

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Amy R. Guerette and Susan Miller Smedema


Editor's Page

Book Review

Foundations of Low Vision: Clinical and Functional Perspectives, Second Edition. Anne L. Corn & Jane N. Erin (Eds.). New York: AFB Press, 2010, 976 pp., $89.95.

Reviewed by Kerry Lueders

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