2005 Index by Volume and Issue Number
Volume 150, No. 1
Moores, D. F. “Underfunded Mandates or Misplaced Priorities,” [Editorial], 3–4.
Burger, T., Spahn, C., Richter, B., Eissele, S., Löhle, E., & Bengel, J. “Parental Distress: The Initial Phase of Hearing Aid and Cochlear Implant Fitting,” 5–10.
Eldik, T. van. “Mental Health Problems of Dutch Youth With Hearing Loss as Shown on the Youth Self Report,” 11–16.
Guteng, S. I. “Professional Concerns of Beginning Teachers of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students,” 17–41.
Mangrubang, F. R. “Issues and Trends in Science Education: The Shortage of Qualified Science Teachers,” 42–46.
Parasnis, I., Samar, V. J., & Fischer, S. D. “Deaf College Students’ Attitudes Toward Racial/Ethnic Diversity, Campus Climate, and Role Models,” 47–58.
Stewart, D. A., & Ellis, M. K. “Sports and the Deaf Child,” 59–66.
Mason, T. C. “Cross-Cultural Instrument Translation: Assessment, Translation, and Statistical Applications,” 67–72.
Volume 150, No. 2
Moores, D. F. “The No Child Left Behind and the Individuals With Disabilities Education Acts: The Uneven Impact of Partially Funded Federal Mandates on Education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children,” 75–80.
Volume 150, No. 3
Moores, D. F. “Progress Is Not Our Most Important Product,” [Editorial], 249–50.
Pagliaro, C., & Kritzer, K. L. “Discrete Mathematics in Deaf Education: A Survey of Teachers’ Knowledge and Use,” 251–259.
Preisler, G., & Tvingstedt, A.-L. “Interviews With Deaf Children About Their Experiences Using Cochlear Implants,” 260–267.
Sinnott, C. L., & Jones, T. W. “Characteristics of the Population of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students With Emotional Disturbance in Illinois,” 268–272.
Zaccagnini, K. J. “How Physical Education Teacher Education Majors Should Be Prepared to Teach Students With Hearing Loss: A National Needs Assessment,” 273–282.
Vernon, M., & Miller, K. “Obstacles Faced by Deaf People in the Criminal Justice System,” 283–291.
Wilson, A. T. “The Effectiveness of International Development Assistance From American Organizations to Deaf Communities in Jamaica,” 292–304.
Miller, P. “Reading Comprehension and Its Relation to the Quality of Functional Hearing: Evidence From Readers With Different Functional Hearing Abilities,” 305–323
Volume 150, No. 4
Moores, D. F. “Cochlear Implants: An Update,” [Editorial], 327–328.
Ben-Itzhak, D., Most, T., & Weisel, A. “Relationships Among Professionals’ Knowledge, Experience, and Expectations Regarding Cochlear Implants,” 329–342.
Parasnis, I. & Fischer, S. D. “Perceptions of Diverse Educators Regarding Ethnic-Minority Deaf College Students, Role Models, and Diversity,” 343–349.
Kluwin, T. N., & Noretsky, M. “A Mixed-Methods Study of Teachers of the Deaf Learning to Integrate Computers Into Their Teaching,” 350–357.
Luckner, J. L., Muir, S. G., Howell, J. J., Sebald, A. M., & Young, J., III. “An Examination of the Research and Training Needs in the Field of Deaf Education,” 358–368.
Plessow-Wolfson, S., & Epstein, F. “The Experience of Story Reading: Deaf Children and Hearing Mothers’ Interactions at Story Time,” 369–378.
Monreal, S. T., & Hernández, R. S. “Reading Levels of Spanish Deaf Students,” 379–387.
Margellos-Anast, H., Hedding, T., Perlman, T., Miller, L., Rodgers, R., Kivland, L., DeGutis, D., Giloth, B., & Whitman, S. “Developing a Standardized Comprehensive Health Survey for Use With Deaf Adults,” 388–396.
Volume 150, No. 5
Moores, D. F. “Education of the Deaf and General Motors,” [Editorial], 399–400.
Easterbrooks, S. R., & Handley, C. M.,
“Behavior Change in a Student With a Dual Diagnosis of Deafness and
Pervasive Development Disorder: A Case Study,” 401–407.
Feldman, D., Kluwin, T. N., & McCrone, W. P. “Deaf Clients’ Perceptions of Counseling Expertise as a Function of Counselors’ Signing Skill, Gender, and Therapy Type,” 408–414.
Hyde, M., Ohna, S. E., & Hjulstadt, O. “Education of the Deaf in Australia and Norway: A Comparative Study of the Interpretations and Applications of Inclusion,” 415–426.
Ju, J.-m. “The Effect of Multimedia Stories About American Deaf Celebrities on Taiwanese Hearing Students’ Attitudes Toward Job Opportunities for the Deaf,” 427–432.
Lartz, M. N., & Litchfield, S. K. “Administrators’ Ratings of Competencies Needed to Prepare Preservice Teachers,” 433–442.
Luckner, J. L., Sebald, A. M., Cooney, J., Young, J., III, & Muir, S. G. “An Examination of the Evidence-Based Literacy Research in Deaf Education,” 443–456.
Lytle, R. R., Johnson, K. E., & Hui, Y. J. “Deaf Education in China: History, Current Issues, and Emerging Voices,” 457–469.
Teller, H., & Harney, J. “Views From the Field: Program Directors’ Perceptions of Teacher Education and the Education of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 470–479.