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Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
VOLUME 112, 2018
INDEX SUBJECTS and NAMES

Print edition page number(s) 785-820

1TOUCH PROJECT

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

ACCESSIBILITY

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Editor's Page--January-February 3

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

ACCOMMODATIONS

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Letter to the Editor--September-October 555-556

ADJUSTMENT

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

ADOLESCENTS

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Editor's Page--May-June 223

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

ADOPTION

Editor's Page--May-June 223

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

ADVOCACY

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION (SEE MACULAR DEGENERATION)

AGING

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

Editor's Page--May-June 223

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

Orientation and Mobility Modifications and Adaptions for Safe Travel by Older Adults--May-June 307-311

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

ALBINISM

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Comprehensive Review on the Genetics of Albinism--November-December 683-700

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

Special Focus on Albinism--November-December Issue

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE BLIND

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

ANDERSON, DAWN L.

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

ANTONELLI, KARLA

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

APRAXIA OF GAZE

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

ASSESSMENT

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition, by Roman-Lantzy. Reviewed by Tessa McCarthy--March-April 217-219

Editor's Page--September-October 433

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

Innovation Driven by Identified Need--January-February 101-102

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

ASSISTED LIVING

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Editor's Page--January-February 3

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

ATTITUDES TOWARD BLINDNESS

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

AUDIO DESCRIPTION

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

AUDIO SERVICES

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

AUSTIN, CHERYL L.

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

AVILA, KIMBERLY

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

BABAI, REUVEN

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

BACHOFER, CINDY

Helping Students with Visual Impairments Know Themselves Better Through the Life-Sized Eyeball Activity--July-August 419-424

BAGUHN, SARAHELIZABETH

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

BARA, FLORENCE

The Effect of Tactile Illustrations on Comprehension of Storybooks by Three Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--November-December 759-765

BARLOW, JANET M.

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

BARSTOW, ELIZABETH

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

BASHINSKI, SUSAN M.

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

BEAL, CAROLE R.

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

BEHAVIOR AND BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION

The Behavior Problems Inventory-Short Form: Utility for Children and Adolescents with Visual Impairments Adolescents Multiple Disabilities Developmental Disabilities Assessment Statistics Low Vision--November-December 765-770

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

BERNSTEIN, VERONIKA

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

BEST'S DISEASE

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

BIOPTIC DRIVING

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Editor's Page--March-April 129

BLIND ECHOLOCATION (SEE ECHOLOCATION)

BOOK REVIEW

Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition, by Roman-Lantzy. Reviewed by Tessa McCarthy--March-April 217-219

BOOKS AND READING

The Effect of Tactile Illustrations on Comprehension of Storybooks by Three Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--November-December 759-765

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

BOSTICK, LAURA

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

BOURQUIN, EUGENE A.

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

BOZEMAN, LAURA A.

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

BRAILLE

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

BRAIN INJURY

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

BRAZIL

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

BRIAN, ALI S.

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

BRIGGS, STEVI

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

BRITELL, MEGEN E.

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies--November-December 745-758

BROOKS, BRIAN P.

Comprehensive Review on the Genetics of Albinism--November-December 683-700

BROOM, ALEX

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

BROWN, MIRANDA D.

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

BRUCE, SUSAN M.

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

BRUSEGAARD, CALIE M.

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

BUDD, JULIA

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

BUNDU BASHER TIP (SEE LONG OR WHITE CANES)

BUNDY, ANITA C.

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

BURMAN, RACHEL

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

CACCIAMANI, LAURA

Transfer of Learning in People Who Are Blind: Enhancement of Spatial-Cognitive Abilities Through Drawing--July-August 385-397

CAMPS

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

CAREER EDUCATION

Editor's Page--January-February 3

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

CATARACTS

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT (SEE CORTICAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT)

CHARGE SYNDROME

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

CHARLES BONNET SYNDROME

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

CHEN, DEBORAH

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

CHENG, LI

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

CHILDREN

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

The Behavior Problems Inventory-Short Form: Utility for Children and Adolescents with Visual Impairments Adolescents Multiple Disabilities Developmental Disabilities Assessment Statistics Low Vision--November-December 765-770

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition, by Roman-Lantzy. Reviewed by Tessa McCarthy--March-April 217-219

The Effect of Tactile Illustrations on Comprehension of Storybooks by Three Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--November-December 759-765

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

The Effect of Tactile Illustrations on Comprehension of Storybooks by Three Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--November-December 759-765

CHRISTIANSON, ROBERT M.

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

CLICK (SEE ECHOLOCATION)

CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISIONS

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

CMAR, JENNIFER L.

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

COGNITION AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

COGNITIVE-KINESTHETIC DRAWING TRAINING

Transfer of Learning in People Who Are Blind: Enhancement of Spatial-Cognitive Abilities Through Drawing--July-August 385-397

COGNITIVE SKILLS

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

Transfer of Learning in People Who Are Blind: Enhancement of Spatial-Cognitive Abilities Through Drawing--July-August 385-397

COLEMAN, JEREMY M.

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

COMPENSATORY SKILLS

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

COMPUTERS

Editor's Page--January-February 3

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

CONFERENCES

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Editor's Page--September-October 433

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

CONGENITAL BLINDNESS

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

CONROY, PAULA WENNER

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

CORN, ANNE L.

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

CORTICAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition, by Roman-Lantzy. Reviewed by Tessa McCarthy--March-April 217-219

Editor's Page--May-June 223, September-October 433

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

COVELLI, ANDREA J.

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

CRUDDEN, ADELE

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

CULTURAL DIVERSITY

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

D'ANDREA, FRANCES MARY

Update on Unified English Braille Implementation in the United States--July-August 425-426, 428-429

DA SILVA, JOSE APARECIDO

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

DEAFBLINDNESS

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

DEL-ORO-SAEZ, CARLOS P.

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

DIGITAL BOOKS

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

DISABILITIES AND DISABILITY ISSUES

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

Innovation Driven by Identified Need--January-February 101-102

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

DISCRIMINATION

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

DOTE-KWAN, JAMIE

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

DRAWING

Transfer of Learning in People Who Are Blind: Enhancement of Spatial-Cognitive Abilities Through Drawing--July-August 385-397

DRIVING

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

EARLY INTERVENTION AND EARLY CHILDHOOD

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

EARLY LEARNING VISUAL IMPAIRMENT SERVICES TRAINING AND ADVANCEMENT (EL VISTA) PROJECT

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

ECHOIDENTIFICATION (SEE ECHOLOCATION)

ECHOLOCATION

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

EDITORIALS

Editor's Page--January-February 3, March-April 129, May-June 223, July-August 335, September-October 433

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

EDUCATION

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Editor's Page--September-October 433

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

Helping Students with Visual Impairments Know Themselves Better Through the Life-Sized Eyeball Activity--July-August 419-424

In Memoriam--November-December 771-772

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

ELLIS, RICHARD

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

ELY, MINDY S.

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

EMPLOYMENT

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

A Continued Examination of the Uses and Pitfalls of Logistic Regression--September-October 559-560

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Editor's Page--March-April 129

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

ESTRADA-HERNANDEZ, NOEL

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

EVALUATIONS

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

EXPANDED CORE CURRICULUM

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

EYE CARE

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

EYE DISORDERS AND DISEASES

Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition, by Roman-Lantzy. Reviewed by Tessa McCarthy--March-April 217-219

Editor's Page--July-August 335

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Helping Students with Visual Impairments Know Themselves Better Through the Life-Sized Eyeball Activity--July-August 419-424

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

EYEGLASSES

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

FAMILY

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

FARROW, KENDRA

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

FERRELL, KAY ALICYN

In Memoriam--November-December 771-772

FERRO, TYLER J.

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

FEUCHT, FLORIAN C.

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

FUNCTIONAL MRI

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

FURZE, MELODY ZAGAMI

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

GAMES

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

GANDOY CREGO, MANUEL

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

GARCIA, RICARDO BASSO

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

GERLING, KATHRIN

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

GIGIREY PRIETO, LUZ M.

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

GLAUCOMA

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

GOLD, MONIQUEKA E.

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

GRANTS AND FUNDING

Innovation Driven by Identified Need--January-February 101-102

GRAPHICS

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

GRAVES, ADAM

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

GUTIERRES FILHO, PAOLO

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

HAEGELE, JUSTIN A.

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

HAIBACH-BEACH, PAMELA

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

HANCOCK, NICOLA

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

HAPTIC PERCEPTION

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

HATTON, DEBORAH D.

Editor's Page--July-August 335

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

In Memoriam--November-December 771-772

HEALTH AND FITNESS

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

HEDLICH, CHRISTINA

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

HE, HANRUI

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

HENDERSON, AMY M.

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

HIRING DECISIONS

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

HODGE, SAMUEL R.

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

HODGSON, TIMOTHY

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

HOLDEN, CATHY

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

HOLMGREN, CHELSEA R.

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

HUMAN ECHOLOCATION (SEE ECHOLOCATION)

HURYN, LARYSSA A.

Comprehensive Review on the Genetics of Albinism--November-December 683-700

INCLUSION

Editor's Page--January-February 3

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

INDEPENDENT LIVING

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

Letter to the Editor--September-October 555-556

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

Update on Unified English Braille Implementation in the United States--July-August 425-426, 428-429

INFANTS AND PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SERVICES

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION (SEE ADOPTION)

INTERNET

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

INTERVENTION

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

The Behavior Problems Inventory-Short Form: Utility for Children and Adolescents with Visual Impairments Adolescents Multiple Disabilities Developmental Disabilities Assessment Statistics Low Vision--November-December 765-770

Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition, by Roman-Lantzy. Reviewed by Tessa McCarthy--March-April 217-219

Editor's Page--July-August 335

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

ISRAEL

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

IVY, SARAH E.

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

JAUREGUI, RAMON

Comprehensive Review on the Genetics of Albinism--November-December 683-700

JAWS

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

JESSUP, GLENDA

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

JOURNALS

Editor's Page--September-October 433

KAHLER, EDWARD P.

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

KAMEI-HANNAN, CHERYL

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

KAPOOR, NEERA

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

KAPPERMAN, GAYLEN

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

KELLY, STACY M.

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

KIM, DAE SHIK

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

Obstacle Detection with the Long Cane: Effect of Cane Tip Design and Technique Modification on Performance--September-October 435-446

KINGSTON, JOHN T.

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

KIRK, T. NICOLE

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

KOEHLER, WILLIAM

Letter to the Editor--September-October 555-556

KOSTER, ELIZABETH

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

LAHAV, ORLY

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

LAM, AMY

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

LANDA-VIALARD, OLAYA

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

LANG, MARKUS

The Behavior Problems Inventory-Short Form: Utility for Children and Adolescents with Visual Impairments Adolescents Multiple Disabilities Developmental Disabilities Assessment Statistics Low Vision--November-December 765-770

LANGUAGE

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

LARGE PRINT

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

LARGES, LISA

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

LARTZ, MARIBETH NELSON

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

LAWRENCE, MEGAN M.

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies--November-December 745-758

LECHER, ED

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

LEGISLATION AND LEGISLATIVE ISSUES

Innovation Driven by Identified Need--January-February 101-102

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

LESSON PLANS

Helping Students with Visual Impairments Know Themselves Better Through the Life-Sized Eyeball Activity--July-August 419-424

LETHBRIDGE, EMMA MARIE

Development of a Mobility-Related Quality-of-Life Measure for Individuals with Visual Impairments--March-April 169-181

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Letter to the Editor--September-October 555-556

LEWIS, SANDRA

Editor's Page--January-February 3, March-April 129, May-June 223, July-August 335, September-October 433

LIEBERMAN, LAUREN J.

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

LIFE-SIZED EYEBALL

Helping Students with Visual Impairments Know Themselves Better Through the Life-Sized Eyeball Activity--July-August 419-424

LIGHTING

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

LIKOVA, LORA T.

Transfer of Learning in People Who Are Blind: Enhancement of Spatial-Cognitive Abilities Through Drawing--July-August 385-397

LINEHAN, CONOR

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

LISTENING SKILLS

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

LITERACY

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

LITERATURE

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

Editor's Page--May-June 223

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies--November-December 745-758

LIVING SKILLS

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

LOBBEN, AMY K.

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies--November-December 745-758

LONG OR WHITE CANES

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

Obstacle Detection with the Long Cane: Effect of Cane Tip Design and Technique Modification on Performance--September-October 435-446

Orientation and Mobility Modifications and Adaptions for Safe Travel by Older Adults--May-June 307-311

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

LOW VISION

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Editor's Page--January-February 3, March-April 129, May-June 223

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

Special Focus on Albinism--November-December 653-783

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

LOW VISION DEVICES

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

LUSK, KELLY E.

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

MACULAR DEGENERATION

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

MAGNIFICATION DEVICES

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

MARSHMALLOW TIP (SEE LONG OR WHITE CANES)

MARTINEZ-RIVERA, CHRISTIAN

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

MATHEMATICS

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

Editor's Page--January-February 3

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

Update on Unified English Braille Implementation in the United States--July-August 425-426, 428-429

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

MCALLISTER, JOHN W.

Orientation and Mobility Modifications and Adaptions for Safe Travel by Older Adults--May-June 307-311

MCCARTHY, TESSA

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention, 2nd Edition, by Roman-Lantzy. Reviewed by Tessa McCarthy--March-April 217-219

MCCULLEY, ROBERT M.

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

MCDONNALL, MICHELE CAPELLA

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

MCDOWELL, NICOLA

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

MCGOWAN, MICHAEL

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

MCLAUGHLIN, RAMONA

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

MEDICAL CARE

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Comprehensive Review on the Genetics of Albinism--November-December 683-700

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

MENTORS

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Editor's Page--January-February 3, March-April 129

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

MOLLOY-DAUGHERTY, DELLA

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

MORSE, MARY T.

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

MOTOR COMPETENCE

Editor's Page--January-February 3

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

MOTOR SKILLS

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

Orientation and Mobility Modifications and Adaptions for Safe Travel by Older Adults--May-June 307-311

MULDOON, CHRIS

Development of a Mobility-Related Quality-of-Life Measure for Individuals with Visual Impairments--March-April 169-181

MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

MUSIC

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

NELSON, NICKOLA WOLF

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

NEMETH CODE

Update on Unified English Braille Implementation in the United States--July-August 425-426, 428-429

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

NESBITT, DANIELLE

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

NGUYEN, ANDREA M.

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

NICHOLLS, STEPHEN H.

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

NURSING HOMES

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

OBSTACLE DETECTION (SEE ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY)

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

O'MALLY, JAMIE

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

OPHTHALMOLOGISTS

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

OPHTHALMOLOGY

Editor's Page--March-April 129

OPTIC ATAXIA

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

OPTIC NERVE HYPOPLASIA

Editor's Page--July-August 335

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

OPTICAL DEVICES

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Comprehensive Review on the Genetics of Albinism--November-December 683-700

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

OPTOMETRISTS

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

ORD, LISA

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

Development of a Mobility-Related Quality-of-Life Measure for Individuals with Visual Impairments--March-April 169-181

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

Editor's Page--January-February 3, September-October 433

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

Obstacle Detection with the Long Cane: Effect of Cane Tip Design and Technique Modification on Performance--September-October 435-446

Orientation and Mobility Modifications and Adaptions for Safe Travel by Older Adults--May-June 307-311

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

OSTROSKY, MICHAELENE M.

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

OUTCOMES

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Development of a Mobility-Related Quality-of-Life Measure for Individuals with Visual Impairments--March-April 169-181

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

Visual Impairment and Falls: Outcomes of Two Fall Risk Assessments after a Four-Week Fall Prevention Program--July-August 411-415

PACKER, JACLYN

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

PARENTS

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Editor's Page--September-October 433

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

PAWLUK, DIANNE T. V.

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

PENHA, MARCIO ROGERIO

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

PERCEPTION AND PERCEPTUAL SKILLS

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

Editor's Page--January-February 3

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

PERLMAN, AMOTZ

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

PERSONNEL PREPARATION

Editor's Page--September-October 433

In Memoriam--November-December 771-772

Innovation Driven by Identified Need--January-February 101-102

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

PHILLIPS, JOHN P.

Integrating Functional MRI Information into the Educational Plan of a Child with Cerebral Visual Impairment: A Case Study--September-October 532-540

PHOTOPHOBIA

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

PHYSICAL FITNESS

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

PNIERO-CES, ANTONIO

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

POGRUND, RONA L.

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Innovation Driven by Identified Need--January-February 101-102

PRACTICE

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Innovation Driven by Identified Need--January-February 101-102

Letter to the Editor--September-October 555-556

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

PRESLEY, IKE

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

PROFESSIONALISM

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

PSYCHOSOCIAL ISSUES

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

PUERTO RICO

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

QUALITY OF LIFE

Development of a Mobility-Related Quality-of-Life Measure for Individuals with Visual Impairments--March-April 169-181

Editor's Page--January-February 3

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

READING AND READING SKILLS

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

RECREATION

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

REHABILITATION SERVICES

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

Editor's Page--March-April 129, September-October 433

Transfer of Learning in People Who Are Blind: Enhancement of Spatial-Cognitive Abilities Through Drawing--July-August 385-397

RESEARCH

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Comprehensive Review on the Genetics of Albinism--November-December 683-700

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

Development of a Mobility-Related Quality-of-Life Measure for Individuals with Visual Impairments--March-April 169-181

Editor's Page--January-February 3

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

Guest Editorial--November-December 653-654

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

Obstacle Detection with the Long Cane: Effect of Cane Tip Design and Technique Modification on Performance--September-October 435-446

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico--November-December 701-712

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA

Editor's Page--March-April 129

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY

Evidence that Maternal Age Influences the Occurrence of Optic Nerve Hypoplasia--July-August 351-360

REUSCHEL, WILLIAM

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

RIBEIRO, NILLIANNE

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

ROBINETT, ANDREW

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

ROBSON, LEONIE

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

ROSENBLUM, L. PENNY

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

ROSNER, YOTAM

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

ROUNDABOUTS

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

SARIMSKY, KLAUS

The Behavior Problems Inventory-Short Form: Utility for Children and Adolescents with Visual Impairments Adolescents Multiple Disabilities Developmental Disabilities Assessment Statistics Low Vision--November-December 765-770

SAUERBURGER, DONA

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

SCHUCK, LYDIA

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

SCIENCE

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

Editor's Page--January-February 3

SCREEN READERS

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

SELF DEFENSE

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

SELF-ESTEEM

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

SMARTPHONES

Orientation and Mobility Modifications and Adaptions for Safe Travel by Older Adults--May-June 307-311

SOCIAL SKILLS

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Editor's Page--May-June 223

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

SOFTWARE

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

SOUND

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

SPAIN

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

SPECIAL EDUCATION

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism--November-December 667-682

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

Editor's Page--September-October 433

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

SPEECH SYNTHESIZERS

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

SPORTS

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

A Pilot Investigation of the Perceived Motor Competence of Children with Visual Impairments and Those Who Are Sighted--January-February 118-124

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism, and Implications for Practice--November-December 713-715

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

STARGARDT'S DISEASE

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

STATISTICS

Braille Literacy Statistics Research Study: History and Politics of the "Braille Reader Statistic": A Summary of AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 328-330

A Continued Examination of the Uses and Pitfalls of Logistic Regression--September-October 559-560

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

Logistic Regression Explained--March-April 219-220

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

The Nuances of Interaction Effects--July-August 429-430

Why Is My Bell So Pointy and What Can I Do About It? A Discussion of Normality in Statistical Analysis--May-June 331-332

STEM (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS)

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

STEVERSON, ANNE C.

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

STRABISMUS

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

STUDENTS

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

College Graduates with Visual Impairments: A Report on Seeking and Finding Employment--January-February 33-45

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

Editor's Page--May-June 223, September-October 433

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Tablet Computer Application (App) in Helping Students with Visual Impairments Solve Mathematics Problems--January-February 5-19

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

Helping Students with Visual Impairments Know Themselves Better Through the Life-Sized Eyeball Activity--July-August 419-424

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

Participant Experiences in an Employment Mentoring Program for College Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 274-286

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

SUI, ZHEN

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

SUPPORT GROUPS

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

SURVEYS

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

The Effect of the Usage of Computer-Based Assistive Devices on the Functioning and Quality of Life of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--January-February 87-99

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Fitting In or Feeling Excluded: The Experiences of High School Students with Visual Impairments--May-June 261-273

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Toddlers with Visual Impairments--September-October 542-550

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

Survey of Music Programs at State Residential Schools for Blind Students--May-June 311-316

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

SYNTHETIC SPEECH

The Study of Foreign Languages by Students Who Are Blind Using the JAWS Screen Reader and a Refreshable Braille Display--May-June 317-323

Using the JAWS Screen Reader and the Focus Braille Display to Read Foreign Language Books Downloaded from the Bookshare Accessible Online Library--July-August 415-419

TABLETS

Paper or Digital Text: Which Reading Medium is Best for Students with Visual Impairments?--July-August 337-350

TACTILE GRAPHICS

The Effect of Tactile Illustrations on Comprehension of Storybooks by Three Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--November-December 759-765

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies--November-December 745-758

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

TACTILE MAPS

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

Editor's Page--March-April 129

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies--November-December 745-758

TACTILE PERCEPTION AND SKILLS

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

The Effect of Tactile Illustrations on Comprehension of Storybooks by Three Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--November-December 759-765

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments--November-December 731-744

TAUNTON, SALLY

Influence of Sports Camps and Vision on Perceived Motor Competence in Children and Adolescents Who Are Visually Impaired--September-October 509-518

TEACHERS

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Echoidentification: Teaching Individuals with Visual Impairments to Get the Most Back from Sound--September-October 550-554

Editor's Page--September-October 433

In Memoriam--November-December 771-772

A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism--November-December 772-776

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

The Perspectives of Teachers and Paraeducators on the Relationship Between Classroom Clutter and Learning Experiences for Students with Cerebral Visual Impairments--May-June 248-260

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Share Experiences and Advice for Supporting Students in Understanding Graphics--September-October 475-487

TECHNOLOGY

Editor's Page--January-February 3

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism--November-December 779-783

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies--November-December 745-758

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

TESTS AND TESTING

Comparison of Perimeters: Intuitive Interference in People Who Are Blind--May-June 287-298

A Continued Examination of the Uses and Pitfalls of Logistic Regression--September-October 559-560

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

Logistic Regression Explained--March-April 219-220

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

The Nuances of Interaction Effects--July-August 429-430

Transfer of Learning in People Who Are Blind: Enhancement of Spatial-Cognitive Abilities Through Drawing--July-August 385-397

Why Is My Bell So Pointy and What Can I Do About It? A Discussion of Normality in Statistical Analysis--May-June 331-332

TRAINING

The 1Touch Project: A Pilot Study of a Program to Teach Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired Self-Defense--July-August 361-371

Applying the Foundational Concepts from Early Intervention to Services Provided to Young Children with Visual Impairments: A Literary Review--May-June 225-238

Early Learning Visual Impairment Services Training and Advancement (EL VISTA) Project: Leading the Way for a New Profession within a Profession--January-February 102-112

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Personnel Preparation in Visual Impairment: A Responsive, Individualized Model--January-February 112-118

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

TRANSITION

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

Update on Unified English Braille Implementation in the United States--July-August 425-426, 428-429

TRANSITION SKILLS

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Cerebral Visual Impairment: The Conversation Continues--September-October 557-559

Editor's Page--January-February 3

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study--May-June 239-247

The Need for Up-To-Date National Policy Guidance: A Summary of an AFB Leadership Conference Session on Education--May-June 325-328

TRANSPORTATION

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Meaning Ascribed to Physical Activity by Brazilian Men with Visual Impairment--September-October 519-531

TRAVEL

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Editor's Page--January-February 3, March-April 129

Orientation and Mobility Modifications and Adaptions for Safe Travel by Older Adults--May-June 307-311

UNIFIED ENGLISH BRAILLE

Update on Unified English Braille Implementation in the United States--July-August 425-426, 428-429

USABILITY

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

USHER SYNDROME

Physical Education and Transition Planning Experiences Relating to Recreation among Adults Who Are Deafblind: A Recall Analysis--January-February 73-86

VAZQUEZ SANCHEZ, M. COVADONGA

Functional Vision Screening of Older Adults in Nursing Homes: A Study from Galicia (Northwest Spain)--March-April 183-196

VIDEOS

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

VISION REHABILITATION

Accommodations and Modifications for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Too Many or Not Enough?--May-June 299-301

Commitment and Passion of Professionals in the Visual Impairment Field--September-October 541-542

Editor's Page--May-June 223

Increasing Access to Vision Rehabilitation Services for Seniors Through Collaboration with Occupational Therapists--May-June 301-306

Looking at Charles Bonnet Syndrome: Prevalence and Experiences of patients Attending a Vision Rehabilitation Clinic--September-October 488-496

Prism Relocation in Patients with Central Scotomas: An Evidence-Based Approach--March-April 209-215

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis--November-December 655-666

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

A Continued Examination of the Uses and Pitfalls of Logistic Regression--September-October 559-560

Drivers with Low Vision: Characteristics and Transportation Issues--March-April 131-142

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

Factors Associated with Employer Hiring Decisions Regarding People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision--March-April 197-203

Losing Employment: At-Risk Employed Vocational Rehabilitation Applicants with Vision Loss--September-October 461-474

VOCATIONAL TRAINING

Experiences of Young Adults with Deafblindness after High School--July-August 403-410

VOGTLE, LAURA K.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Reading Performance: Does Font Style Make a Difference?--July-August 398-403

VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (VOIP)

VoIP Accessibility: A Usability Study of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Systems and a Survey of VoIP Users with Vision Loss--January-February 47-60

VRETOS, CHRISTINA

The Effect of Cane Material on Length Perception with Long Canes by Visually Impaired, Sight-Blindfolded, and Sighted Participants--September-October 447-459

WADDINGTON, JONATHAN

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

WALL EMERSON, ROBERT

An Approach to Using Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Variables from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study--March-April 203-208

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

A Continued Examination of the Uses and Pitfalls of Logistic Regression--September-October 559-560

Logistic Regression Explained--March-April 219-220

MANOVA (Multivariate Analysis of Variance): An Expanded Form of the ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) Statistics Tests and Testing--January-February 125-126

The Nuances of Interaction Effects--July-August 429-430

Obstacle Detection with the Long Cane: Effect of Cane Tip Design and Technique Modification on Performance--September-October 435-446

Using Description to Convey Mathematics Content in Visual Images to Students Who Are Visually Impaired--March-April 157-168

What Mathematical Images Are in a Typical Mathematics Textbook? Implications for Students with Visual Impairments--January-February 20-32

Why Is My Bell So Pointy and What Can I Do About It? A Discussion of Normality in Statistical Analysis--May-June 331-332

WAYFINDING

Conditions that influence Drivers' Behaviors at Roundabouts: Increasing Yielding for Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired--January-February 61-71

Developing Tactile Maps for Students with Visual Impairments: A Case Study for Customizing Accommodations--March-April 143-155

Editor's Page--March-April 129

WET AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION (SEE MACULAR DEGENERATION)

WILLIAMS, CATHY

Evaluation of Eyelander, a Video Game Designed to Engage Children and Young People with Homonymous Visual Field Loss in Compensatory Training--November-December 717-730

WORKSHOPS

The Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH): An Informative Meeting with Programming for Professionals, Children and Adults with Albinism, and Their Families--November-December 776-779

ZATTA, MARY C.

Positive Behavior Supports Individuals Who Are Deafblind with CHARGE Syndrome--September-October 497-508

ZHU, XIHE

Weekday Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness of Youths with Visual Impairments and Those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairments--July-August 372-384


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