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January 2012 • Volume 106 Number 1

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Is My World Getting Smaller? The Challenges of Living with Vision Loss

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Sue Berger


Performance Measurement and Accommodation: Students with Visual Impairments on Pennsylvania's Alternate Assessment

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Kim T. Zebehazy, Naomi Zigmond, and George J. Zimmerman

Research Reports

Effect of Cane Length on Drop-off Detection Performance

Dae Shik Kim and Robert Wall Emerson

Reading Speed of Contracted French Braille

Louise Laroche, Jacinthe Boulé, and Walter Wittich

Practice Report

Telephone Accessibility for Individuals with Dual Sensory Impairments: A Case Study

Paul Evers, Paul Barber, and Walter Wittich


Editor's Page

Book Review

Borderlands of Blindness, by Beth Omansky

Reviewed by Sharon Sacks

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