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AFB JOURNAL OVISUAL
IMPAIRMENT& BLINDNESS
  
Expanding possibilities for people with vision loss  
 

July-August 2015 • Volume 109 Number 4

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Contents

ARTICLES

Education

Executive Function and Behavioral Problems in Students with Visual Impairments at Mainstream and Special Schools

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Vera Heyl and Manfred Hintermair

Technology

Technologies Used in the Study of Advanced Mathematics by Students Who Are Visually Impaired in Classrooms: Teachers' Perspectives

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Vicki M. DePountis, Rona L. Pogrund, Nora Griffin-Shirley, and William Y. Lan

Mobility

Humane Education for Students with Visual Impairments: Learning About Working Dogs

Susan M. Bruce, Jennie Dapice Feinstein, Meghan C. Kennedy, and Ming Liu

Changing What It Means to Be "Normal": A Grounded Theory Study of the Mobility Choices of People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision

Elizabeth M. Ball and Colette A. Nicolle

Leisure

A Comparative Study on the Attitudes and Uses of Music by Adults with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted

Hye Young Park, Hyun Ju Chong, and Soo Ji Kim

Practice Perspectives

But What about the Other Six Days in the Week?

Jane N. Erin

Using a Group Approach to Motivate Adults to Learn Braille

Kendra R. Farrow

Practice Report

Promoting Leisure-Time Physical Activity for Students with Visual Impairments Using Generalization Tactics

Justin A. Haegele

NEWS AND FEATURES

Editor's Page

Book Review

Raising a Child with Albinism: A Guide to the School Years, by the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH)

Reviewed by Joan Curran

JVIB Peer Reviewers

This Mattered to Me

"The Low Visibility of Low Vision: Increasing Awareness Through Public Health Education," by Rosemary Janiszewski, Shelly L. Heath-Watson, Adrienne Y. Semidey, Arlen M. Rosenthal, and Quynh Do

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Web Special Feature

"The Low Visibility of Low Vision: Increasing Awareness Through Public Health Education," A Classic Article from 2006

by Rosemary Janiszewski, Shelly L. Heath-Watson, Adrienne Y. Semidey, Arlen M. Rosenthal, and Quynh Do

Statistical Sidebar

Demographic Data and Demonstrations of Difference

Robert Wall Emerson


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