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December 2011 • Volume 105 Number 11

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Orientation and Mobility

Examining the Impact of "Quiet" Vehicles on the Performance of Orientation and Mobility Tasks by Pedestrians Who Are Blind

Robert Wall Emerson, Dae Shik Kim, Koorosh Naghshineh, Jay Pliskow, and Kyle Myers

Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior for Uncontrolled Crossings

Eugene Bourquin, Robert Wall Emerson, and Dona Sauerburger


Collaborative Research: The Alphabetic Braille and Contracted Braille Study as an Example of Collaborative Research

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Diane P. Wormsley, Robert Wall Emerson, and Jane Erin


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Canaries in the Coal Mine? Dog Guide Schools Look at the Current State of Orientation and Mobility

Lukas Franck, Rod Haneline, and Chuck Farrugia

Braille: The Challenge for the Future

Judith M. Dixon

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