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September 2000 • Volume 94 Number 9

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Social Skills

Hand Gestures of Visually Impaired and Sighted Interactants—William F. Sharkey, Paula Asamoto, Christine Tokunaga, Gail Haraguchi, and Tammy McFaddon-Robar, print edition page(s) 549

Motor Development

The Motor Development of Sighted Children and Children with Moderate Low Vision Aged 8-13—Danielle Bouchard and Sylvie Tetreault, print edition page(s) 564

Cognitive Training

Maximizing the Potential of Young Adults with Visual Impairments: The Metacognitive Element—Erica Garb, print edition page(s) 574

Multiple Disabilities

Active Learning for Children with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities—Kenalea Johnson, Nora Griffin-Shirley, and Alan J. Koenig, print edition page(s) 584

Practice Note

Charles Bonnet Syndrome: An Often-Misunderstood Clinical Condition—Joseph M. Springer, print edition page(s) 595


Editor's Page , print edition page(s) 547

Book Review

See It My Way —Reviewed by Deborah Kent, print edition page(s) 598

From the Field , print edition page(s) 600

News , print edition page(s) 604

Calendar , print edition page(s) 606

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