Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness

June 2002 • Volume 96Number 6




Experiences of Older Adults Who Stopped Driving Because of Their Visual Impairments: Part 1—L. Penny Rosenblum and Anne L. Corn, print edition page 389

The Impact of Depression in Older Adults with Age-Related Macular Degeneration—Robin J. Casten, Barry W. Rovner, and Susan E. Edmonds, print edition page 399

Orientation and Mobility

The Effect of Spatial Tasks on Visually Impaired Peoples’ Wayfinding Abilities—Mark Blades, Yvonne Lippa, Reginald G. Golledge, R. Daniel Jacobson, and Robert M. Kitchin, print edition page 407


A Comparison of Three Nonvisual Methods for Presenting Scientific Graphs—Patrick Roth, Hesham Kamel, Lori Petrucci, and Thierry Pun, print edition page 420

Personnel Prep

A Grass-Roots Endeavor to Develop a Permanent University Program for Vision Professionals: The North Carolina Model—Brad R. Walker and Laura A. Bozeman, print edition page 429

Reading Rates

Reading and Spelling Competence of Dutch Children with Low Vision— Marjolein Gompel, Wim H. J. van Bon, Robert Schreuder, and Julia J. M. Adriaansen, print edition page 435

Practice Note

Universal Tailored Access: Automating Setup of Public and Classroom Computers—Stephen G. Whittaker, Ted Young, and Susan Toth-Cohen, print edition page 448

Research Notes

A Statewide Study on the Literacy of Students with Visual Impairments— Christopher J. Craig, David L. Hough, Calvin Churchwell, and Vicki Schmitt, print edition page 452

The Use of Audio Diaries in a Study with Visually Impaired People— Irena Papadopoulos and Karen Scanlon, print edition page 456

A Prototype of the Freely Rewritable Tactile Drawing System for Persons Who Are Blind—Tetsuya Watanabe and Makoto Kobayashi, print edition page 460


Editor’s Page, print edition page 387


Braille Is Beautiful—by Deborah Kent, print edition page 465

From the Field, print edition page 471

Classified, print edition page 472

News, print edition page 473

Calendar, print edition page 476

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