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January-February 2014  Volume 108  Number 1

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Quality, Importance, and Instruction: The Perspectives of Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments on Graphics Use by Students

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Kim T. Zebehazy and Adam P. Wilton

Psychosocial Issues

A New Look at Theory of Mind in Children With Ocular and Ocular-Plus Congenital Blindness

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Sander Begeer, Marjolein Dik, Marieke J. voor de Wind, Doreen Asbrock, Michael Brambring, and Sabina Kef

Deafblindness

Introducing an Intervention Model for Fostering Affective Involvement with Persons Who Are Congenitally Deafblind

Marga A. W. Martens, Marleen J. Janssen, Wied A. J. J. M. Ruijssenaars, and J. Marianne Riksen-Walraven

Orientation & Mobility

Haptic Cues Used for Outdoor Wayfinding by Individuals with Visual Impairments

Athanasios Koutsoklenis and Konstantinos Papadopoulos

Research Reports

The Efficacy of Haptic Simulations to Teach Students with Visual Impairments About Temperature and Pressure

M. Gail Jones, Gina Childers, Brandon Emig, Jo|f5l Chevrier, Hong Tan, Vanessa Stevens, and Jonathan List

Using Background Music to Reduce Problem Behavior During Assessment with an Adolescent Who Is Blind with Multiple Disabilities

Marcie N. Desrochers, Rebecca Oshlag, and Angela M. Kennelly

Practice Report

Adapting Artworks for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired Using Raised Printing

Tjaša Krivec, Tadeja Muck, Rolanda Fugger Germadnik, Igor Majnarić, and Gorazd Golob

Around the World

Orientation and Mobility in Australia and New Zealand: Situational Analysis and Census

Lil Deverell and Bronwen Scott

NEWS AND FEATURES

Editor's Page

Book Review

The Art and Science of Teaching Orientation and Mobility to Persons Visual Impairments, Second Edition, William Henry Jacobson

Reviewed by Nora Griffin-Shirley

This Mattered to Me

"Health-Related Fitness of Children Who Are Visually Impaired," by Lauren J. Lieberman and Elaine McHugh

Recommended by Patricia Leader

Web Special Feature

"Health-Related Fitness of Children Who Are Visually Impaired," A classic article from May 2001

by Lauren J. Lieberman and Elaine McHugh


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