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September-October 2017  Volume 111  Number 5

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Orientation and Mobility

The Effect of the Color of a Long Cane Used by Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired on the Yielding Behavior of Drivers

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Eugene A. Bourquin, Robert Wall Emerson, Dona Sauerburger, and Janet Barlow

Psychosocial Issues

Mental Health among Children and Young Adults with Visual Impairments: A Systematic Review

Liv Berit Augestad

Development and Standardization of an Alienation Scale for Visually Impaired Students

Poonam Punia and Sandeep Berwal


Procedures and Tools Used by Teachers When Completing Functional Vision Assessments with Children with Visual Impairments

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Justin T. Kaiser and Tina S. Herzberg

Low Vision

Lessons Learned from the Creation of a Center of Excellence in Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation in Wenzhou, China

Rebecca Marinoff and Michael H. Heiberger

Practice Perspectives

Process-Driven Math: An Auditory Method of Mathematics Instruction and Assessment for Students Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision

Ann P. Gulley, Luke A. Smith, Jordan A. Price, Logan C. Prickett, and Matthew F. Ragland

Practice Report

A Comparative Analysis of Contracted Versus Alphabetical English Braille and Attitudes of English as a Foreign Language Learners: A Case Study of a Farsi-Speaking Visually Impaired Student

Mohsen Mobaraki, Saber Atash Nazarloo, and Elaheh Toosheh

Research Report

Workplace Discrimination and Visual Impairment: A Comparison of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Charges and Resolutions Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act

Callie M. Victor, Leroy R. Thacker, Kelli W. Gary, Dianne T. V. Pawluk, and Al Copolillo


Editor's Page


Issues and Concerns for the Blindness Field under the Trump Administration

Anthony R. Candela

Statistical Sidebar

Likert Scales Explained

Robert Wall Emerson

News From the Field


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