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April 2001 • Volume 95 Number 4

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Audio Description

Adding Audio Description: Does It Make a Difference?—Emilie Schmeidler and Corinne Kirchner, print edition page(s) 197


Adolescence: The Age of Opportunities and Obstacles for Students with Low Vision in Sweden—Ulla Kroksmark and Kersti Nordell, print edition page(s) 213

Research Notes

Visual Impairment and Patterns of Winter Seasonal Depression: Seeing the Light?—Dan A. Oren, Donna M. Zulman, Walter E. Needham, Robert M. Berman, Amit Anand, and Dennis S. Charney, print edition page(s) 226

The Use of Self-Reports and Parent Observations in Assessing Performance Outcomes for Teenagers Who Received Vision Rehabilitation Services—Jerry Miller, print edition page(s) 229

Practice Notes

Teaching Transferable Compensatory Skills and Processes to Visually Impaired Adults—Alvin Roberts, print edition page(s) 234

Pedestrian Clearance Intervals—John W. Stevenson, print edition page(s) 237


Editor's Page—print edition page(s) 195

Book Review

Visual Impairment in the Schools, 3rd edition —Reviewed by David B. Ross, print edition page(s) 240

From the Field —print edition page(s) 241

Video Review

Partners in Independence —Reviewed by Dona Sauerburger, print edition page(s) 246

News —print edition page(s) 247

Technology Notes—print edition page(s) 248

Calendar —print edition page(s) 250

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