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Moores, D. F. “The Law of Unexpected Consequences,” 147(2), 84–87.


Al-Hilawani, Y. A., Easterbrooks, S. R., & Marchant, G. J. “Metacognitive Ability From a Theory-of-Mind Perspective: A Cross-Cultural Study of Students With and Without Hearing Loss,” 147(4), 38–47.

Allman, T. M. “Patterns of Spelling in Young Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students,” 147(1), 46–64.

Barman, C., & Stockton, J. D. “An Evaluation of the SOAR-High Project: A Web-Based Science Program for Deaf Students,” 147(3), 5–10.

Bowe, F. “Enhancing Reading Ability to Prevent Students From Becoming ‘Low-Functioning Deaf’ as Adults,” 22–27.

Cambra, C. “Acceptance of Deaf Students by Hearing Students in Regular Classrooms,” 147(1), 38–45.

Izzo, A. “Phonemic Awareness and Reading Ability: An Investigation With Young Readers Who Are Deaf,” 147(4), 18–28.

Miller, P. “Another Look at the STM Capacity of Prelingually Deafened Individuals and Its Relation to Reading Comprehension,” 147(5), 56–70.

Moore, D. F. “Between Scylla and Charybdis or Between a Rock and a Hard Place,” [Editorial]. 147(1), 3–4.

Moores, D. F. “The Law of Unexpected Consequences,” 147(2), 84–87.

Toscano, R. M., McKee, B., and Lepoutre, D. “Success with Academic English: Reflections of Deaf College Students,” 147(1), 5–23.

Wathum-Ocama, J. C., & Rose, S. “Hmong Immigrants’ Views on the Education of Their Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children,” 147(3), 44–53.

Support Services

Most, T. “The Effectiveness of an Intervention Program on Hearing Aid Maintenance for Teenagers and Their Teachers,” 147(4), 29–37.

Mental Health

Jung, V., & Short, R. H. “Integrated Perspective of Evolving Intrapsychic and Person-Environment Functions: Implications for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals,” 147(3), 26–34.

Vernon, M., & Miller, K. R. “Issues in the Sexual Molestation of Deaf Youth,” 147(5), 28–36.

Willis, R. G., & Vernon, M. “Residential Psychiatric Treatment of Emotionally Disturbed Deaf Youth,” 147(1), 31–37.


Miller, K. R., & Wheeler-Scruggs, K. “Entertainment Television and Hearing Students’ Attitudes Regarding the Pediatric Cochlear Implant,” 147(3), 20–25.

Multicultural Issues

Rodd, M., & Eleweke, C. J. “Providing Accessible Services to Minority Ethnic Deaf People: Insights From a Study in Alberta, Canada,” 147(5), 45–55.

Parents and Families

Freeman, B., Dieterich, C. A., & Rak, C. “The Struggle for Language: Perspectives and Practices of Urban Parents With Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 147(5), 37–44.

Sign Language

Kourbetis, V., & Hoffmeister, R. J. “Name Signs in Greek Sign Language,” 147(3), 35–43.

Teachers and Training

Jones, T. W., & Ewing, K. M. “An Analysis of Teacher Preparation in Deaf Education: Programs Approved by the Council on Education of the Deaf,” 147(5), 71–78.

Luckner, J. L., & Howell, J. “Suggestions for Preparing Itinerant Teachers: A Qualitative Analysis,” 147(3), 54–61.

Moores, D. F. “Federal Legislation and Teacher Behavior,” [Editorial]. 147(5), 3–4.


Bowe, F. G. “Deaf and Hard of Hearing Americans’ Instant Messaging and E-mail Use: A National Survey,” 147(4), 6–10.

Moores, D. F. “Actions Have Consequences, Cochlear Implants: An Update,” [Editorial]. 147(4), 3–4.

Testing and Screening

Prendergast, S. G., Lartz, M. N., & Fiedler, B. C. “Ages of Diagnosis, Amplification, and Early Intervention of Infants and Children With Hearing Loss: Findings From Parent Interviews,” 147(1), 24–30.

Wheeler-Scruggs, K. “Assessing the Employment and Independence of People Who Are Deaf and Low Functioning,” 147(4), 11–17.

White, A. H. “Assessing Semantic-Syntactic Features of Verbs From Thirteen Verb Subsets,” 147(1), 65–78.