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Braille

Braille and Tactile Graphics: Youths with Visual Impairments Share Their Experiences

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L. Penny Rosenblum and Tina S. Herzberg

Psychosocial Issues

Psychological Stress in People with Dual Sensory Impairment Through Usher Syndrome Type II

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Nadja Högner

World Trends

Rapid Assessment of Refractive Error, Presbyopia, and Visual Impairment and Associated Quality of Life in Nampula, Mozambique

James Loughman, Lindelwa L. Nxele, Cesar Faria, Stephen Thompson, Prasidh Ramson, Farai Chinanayi, and Kovin S. Naidoo

Research Reports

Power, Effect Size, and Practical Significance: How Reporting in Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness Articles Has Changed in the Past 20 Years

Dae Shik Kim

Validation of a Talking Pedometer for Adolescents with Visual Impairments in Free-Living Conditions

Justin A. Haegele and David L. Porretta

Practice Perspectives

Acronymically Speaking: Exploring the Links Between Agencies, Individuals, and Materials in Practice

Jane N. Erin

Using a New Electronic Brailler to Improve Braille Learning at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind

Kathleen J. Michaelson, Laura Matz, and David Morgan

Physical Education and Visual Impairment: Collaborative Communication for Effective Inclusion

Mey van Munster, Erin Weaver, Lauren Lieberman, and Katrina Arndt

NEWS AND FEATURES

Editor's Page

Book Review

Vision and the Brain: Understanding Cerebral Visual Impairment in Children, Amanda Hall Lueck and Gordon N. Dutton, Editors

Reviewed by Elizabeth C. Dennison

Statistical Sidebar

Causation and Pearson's Correlation Coefficient

Robert Wall Emerson

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