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March 2012 • Volume 106 Number 3

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Characteristics of Early Work Experiences and Their Association with Future Employment

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Michele Capella McDonnall and Jamie O'Mally

Low Vision

Anxiety and Charles Bonnet Syndrome

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Anna Geueke, Michael G. Morley, Katharine Morley, Alice Lorch, MaryLou Jackson, Angeliki Lambrou, June Wenberg, and Afua Oteng-Amoako


LiveDescribe: Can Amateur Describers Create High-Quality Audio Description?

Carmen J. Branje and Deborah I. Fels


My Voice Heard: The Journey of a Young Man with a Cerebral Visual Impairment

Catriona Macintyre-Beon, Kate Mitchell, Ian Gallagher, Debbie Cockburn, Gordon N. Dutton, and Richard Bowman

Research Report

Enhancing Sustained Interaction Between Children with Congenital Deaf-Blindness and Their Educators

Marleen J. Janssen, J. Marianne Riksen-Walraven, Jan P. M. Van Dijk, Mark Huisman, and Wied A. J. J. M. Ruijssenaars


Editor's Page

Book Review

Learning to Listen/Listening to Learn: Teaching Listening Skills to Students with Visual Impairments, by Lizbeth A. Barclay (Ed.)

Reviewed by Anna M. Swenson

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