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Low Vision

Barriers to Low Vision Rehabilitation: A Qualitative Approach

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Kenneth Southall and Walter Wittich

Personnel Preparation

Comparison of Levels of Satisfaction with Distance Education and On-campus Programs

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Dae Shik Kim, Helen Lee, and Annette Skellenger

Psychosocial Issues

Personality Characteristics of South Korean Students with Visual Impairments Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Sunhi Bak

Research Report

Synthesis of Available Accommodations for Students with Visual Impairments on Standardized Assessments

Derrick W. Smith and Sheila Amato

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Practice Perspectives

Looking to the Future: What Do Young Blind Children Learn When Traveling with Dogs?

Jane N. Erin

A Perspective on Teaching Early Harness Travel to Young Blind Children Using Children's Visual Companion Dogs

Mary J. Tellefson

This Mattered to Me

"Problems in the Construction of Reality in Congenitally Blind Children," by S. Santin & J. Nesker-Simmons

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"Problems in the Construction of Reality in Congenitally Blind Children," A classic article from 1977 by S. Santin & J. Nesker-Simmons

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