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November-December 2018  Volume 112  Number 6

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Low Vision

Reports from Parents about Medical and Low Vision Services for Their Children with Albinism: An Analysis

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Anne L. Corn and Kelly E. Lusk

An Analysis of Parents' Reports on Educational Services for Their Children with Albinism

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Anne L. Corn and Kelly E. Lusk


Comprehensive Review of the Genetics of Albinism

Ramon Jauregui, Laryssa A. Huryn, and Brian P. Brooks

Psychosocial Issues

Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Difference: The Experiences of Eight Adults with Albinism in Puerto Rico

Noel Estrada-Hernandez

Practice Perspective

Steps toward Acceptance: My Journey as a Woman with Albinism and Its Implications for Practice

Cheryl L. Austin


Visual Field Loss

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

Jonathan Waddington, Conor Linehan, Kathrin Gerling, Cathy Williams, Leonie Robson, Richard Ellis, and Timothy Hodgson


Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments

Andrea M. Nguyen, Tyler J. Ferro, and Dianne T. V. Pawluk

Usability Evaluation of Tactile Map Symbols Across Three Production Technologies

Megen E. Brittell, Amy K. Lobben, and Megan M. Lawrence

Research Reports

The Effect of Tactile Illustrations on Comprehension of Storybooks by Three Children with Visual Impairments: An Exploratory Study

Florence Bara

The Behavior Problems Inventory-Short Form: Utility for Children and Adolescents with Visual Impairments

Markus Lang and Klaus Sarimski


Guest Editor's Page

In Memoriam


A Journey of Success: An African American Woman with Oculocutaneous Albinism

Moniqueka E. Gold and Hanrui He

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

Michael McGowan

An Introduction to Access Technology for People with Ocular Albinism

Ike Presley


News From the Field


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