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January-February 2015  Volume 109  Number 1

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Orientation and Mobility

Virtual Environments for People Who Are Visually Impaired Integrated into an Orientation and Mobility Program

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Orly Lahav, David W. Schloerb, and Mandayam A. Srinivasan

Recreation and Leisure

The Recreation and Leisure Pursuits of Employed Adults with Visual Impairments in Nigeria: Part 1

Stacy M. Kelly, Paul M. Ajuwon, and Karen E. Wolffe

The Recreation and Leisure Pursuits of Employed Adults with Visual Impairments in Nigeria: Part 2

Paul M. Ajuwon, Stacy M. Kelly, and Karen E. Wolffe

Perception

The Role of Visual Experience in Changing the Size of Objects in Imagery Processing

Magdalena Szubielska and Bogusław Marek

Practice Perspectives

Different Paths to Success: An Individualized Approach to Effective Teaching

Jane N. Erin

A Student Success Story Through the Use of an Individualized Meaning-centered Approach to Braille Literacy (I-M-ABLE)

Jill McMillan

Individualized Meaning-centered Approach to Braille Literacy Education (I-M-ABLE) Case Study: Ajay's Story

Rachel Anne Schles

Practice Report

iStimulation: Apple iPad Use with Children Who Are Visually Impaired, Including Those with Multiple Disabilities

Laura V. Campaña and Donald A. Ouimet

NEWS AND FEATURES

Guest Editor's Page

Statistical Sidebar

Control Groups and Experimental Groups: It Is All in the Numbers

Robert Wall Emerson

Book Review

Psychology of Touch and Blindness, Morton A. Heller and Edouard Gentaz

Reviewed by Tessa S. McCarthy

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News From the Field


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