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December 2001 • Volume 95 Number 12

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Transition to Employment and Community Life for Youths with Visual Impairments: Current Status and Future Directions—Katherine M. Nagle, print edition page(s) 725


Psychosocial Adaptation to Age-related Vision Loss: A Six-year Perspective—Vera Heyl and Hans-Werner Wahl, print edition page(s) 739

Research Notes

ROP Revisited: A Survey of Adults with Residual Vision—Cathy Bickerdike and C. Michael Mellor, print edition page(s) 749

An Exploratory Study of How Travelers with Visual Impairments Modify Travel Techniques in Winter—Robert S. Wall, print edition page(s) 752

Practice Note

Learning to Solve Word Problems in a Middle School Vision Class—Cathryn S. Krebs, print edition page(s) 757

Around the World

The Adjustment Processes of Adults Who Are Adventitiously Blind in Taiwan—Ming-Mei Wan, print edition page(s) 761


Editor's Page, print edition page(s) 723

Book Reviews

The New Disability History: American Perspectives and A History of Disability —Deborah Kent, print edition page(s) 765

A Field Guide for the Sight-Impaired Reader: A Comprehensive Resource for Students, Teachers, and Librarians —Ian Stewart, print edition page(s) 767

Prenatal Testing and Disability Rights —Elizabeth J. Erwin, print edition page(s) 768

Technology Note, print edition page(s) 770

From the Field , print edition page(s) 773

News , print edition page(s) 776

Calendar , print edition page(s) 780

Classified , print edition page(s) 784

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