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November-December 1994  Volume 88  Number 6

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Attitudes toward Blindness

The Concept of Adjustment: A Structural Model

A. Dodds, E. Ferguson, L. Ng, H. Flannigan, G. Hawes, & L. Yates

Causes of Emotional and Psychological Reactions to Adventitious Blindness

D. Hudson

Emotion and Cognition: Attitudes toward Persons Who Are Visually Impaired

B. Verplanken, A. Meijnders, & A. van de Wege

Information Centers for Newly Blind Persons in Israel

N. Dickstein & M. Gozovsky


Braille Literacy: Preservice Training and Teachers' Attitudes

S.H. Wittenstein


Effectiveness of an Independent Living Services Program for Older Persons Who Are Blind

J. Farish & S.-S. Wen


Using Applied Behavior Analysis Procedures to Change the Behavior of Students with Visual Disabilities: A Research Review

N.C. DeMario & E.P. Crowley

Technology and Employment

Computers, Automation, and the Employment of Persons Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

J. Mather


Vibrotactile Perception: Perspective Taking by Children Who Are Visually Impaired

G. Miletic


Kinetic-Link Patterns, Congenital Blindness, and Batting

S.O. Skaggs, R.A. Stull, & C.A. Hopper


In This Issue


Research Notes

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Article Abstracts in French, German, Japanese, & Spanish




Management News

Management Update

Random Access

Product Evaluation

Around the World

Book Review

Demographics Update



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