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2006 Index by Volume and Issue Number

Volume 151, No. 1

Moores, D. F. “Professional Training Emphases,” [Editorial], 3–4.

Goodman, C. A. “Teaching Manual Communication to Preservice Teachers of the Deaf in an Accredited Comprehensive Undergraduate Teacher Preparation Program,” 5–15.

Al-Hilawani, Y. A. “Visual Analyses and Discriminations: One Approach to Measuring Students’ Metacognition,” 16–24.

Jones, E. G., Ouellette, S. E. & Kang, Y. “Perceived Stress Among Deaf Adults,” 25–31.

Polat, F. “The Turkish Standardization of the Meadow-Kendall Social-Emotional Assessment Inventory for Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Students,” 32–41.

Paijmans, R., Cromwell, J., & Austen, S. “Do Profoundly Prelingually Deaf Patients With Psychosis Really Hear Voices?” 42–48.

Connolly, C. M., Rose, J., & Austen, S. “Identifying and Assessing Depression in Prelingually Deaf People: A Literature Review,” 49–60.

Weiner, M. T., & Miller, M. “Deaf Children and Bullying: Directions for Future Research,” 61–70.

Scheetz, N. A., & Martin, D. S. “Teacher Quality: A Comparison of National Board–Certified and Non–Board-Certified Teachers of Deaf Students, 71–87.

Moores, D. F. “Alone in the Mainstream: A Deaf Woman Remembers Public School by Gina A. Oliva,” [Book Review], 88–89.

Volume 151, No. 2

Kluwin, T. N. “Why Do We Look for Pebbles?” 93–94.

Mitchell, R. E., & Karchmer, M. A. “Demographics of Deaf Education: More Students in More Places,” 95–104.

Cawthon, S. W. “Pebbles in the Mainstream: How Do We Find Them?” 105–13.

Crain, K. L., & Kluwin, T. N. “The Validity of Probability Samples in Research on Deafness,” 114–20.

Kluwin, T. N., & Morris, C. S. “Lost in a Giant Database: The Potentials and Pitfalls of Secondary Analysis for Deaf Education,” 121–28.

Volume 151, No. 3

Andrews, J. F. “Inclusion: The Big Delusion,” [Letter to the Editor], 295.

Moores, D. F. “Educational Practice and Research in Education of Deaf Students: Science or Art,” [Editorial], 297–98.

Puente, A., Alvarado, J. M., & Herrera, V. “Fingerspelling and Sign Language as Alternative Codes for Reading and Writing Words for Chilean Deaf Signers,” 299–310.

Austen, S., & McGrath, M. “Telemental Health Technology in Deaf and General Mental-Health Services: Access and Use,” 311–17.

Dair, J., Ellis, M. K., & Lieberman, L. J. “Prevalence of Overweight Among Deaf Children,” 318–26.

Most, T. “Assessment of School Functioning Among Israeli Arab Children With Hearing Loss in the Primary Grades,” 327–35.

Vervloed, M. P. J., van Dijk, R. J. M., Knoors, H., & van Dijk, J. P. M. “Interaction Between the Teacher and the Congenitally Deafblind Child,” 336–44.

Liu, C.-C., Chou, C.-C., Liu, B.-J., & Yang, J.-W. “Improving Mathematics Teaching and Learning Experiences for Hard of Hearing Students With Wireless Technology-Enhanced Classrooms,” 345–55.

Mann, W., & Prinz, P. M., “An Investigation of the Needs for Sign Language Assessment in Deaf Education,” 356–70.

Wauters, L. N., van Bon, W. H. J., Tellings, A. E. J. M., & van Leeuwe, J. F. J. “In Search of Factors in Deaf and Hearing Children’s Reading Comprehension,” 371–80.

Volume 151, No. 4

Moores, D. F. “Globalization,” [Editorial], 383–84.

Easterbrooks, S. R., & Stephenson, B. “An Examination of Twenty Literacy, Science, and Mathematics Practices Used to Educate Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 385–97.

Easterbrooks, S. R., Stephenson, B., & Mertens, D. “Master Teachers’ Responses to Twenty Literacy and Science/Mathematics Practices in Deaf Education,” 398–409.

Luckner, J. L., & Bowen, S. “Assessment Practices of Professionals Serving Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: An Initial Investigation,” 410–17.

Alvarez, J., Adebanjo, A. M., Davidson, M. K., Jason, L. A., & Davis, M. I. “Oxford House: Deaf-Affirmative Support for Substance Abuse Recovery,” 418–22.

Fels, D. I., Richards, J., Hardman, J., & Lee, D. G. “Sign Language Web Pages,” 423–33.

Winn, S. “Is There a Link Between Hearing Aid Use, Employment, and Income?” 434–40.

Berman, B. A., Bernaards, C., Eckhardt, E. A., Kleiger, H. B., Maucere, L., Streja, L., Wong, G., Barkin, S., & Bastani, R. “Is Tobacco Use a Problem Among Deaf College Students?” 441–51.

Woolsey, M. L., Satterfield, S. T., & Roberson, L. “Visual Phonics: An English Code Buster?” 452–57.

Volume 151, No. 5

Moores, D. F. “Educational Practices and Assessment,” [Editorial], 461–63.

Andrews, J. F., & Covell, J. A. “Preparing Future Teachers and Doctoral-Level Leaders in Deaf Education: Meeting the Challenge,” 464–75.

Angelides, P., & Aravi, C. “A Comparative Perspective on the Experiences of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals as Students at Mainstream and Special Schools,” 476–87.

Embry, R. A., & Grossman, F. D. “The Los Angeles County Response to Child Abuse and Deafness: A Social Movement Theory Analysis,” 488–98.

Guarinello, A. C., Berberian, A. P., Santana, A. P. de Oliveira, & Athaíde Massi, G. de. “Deafness and Attention in Deaf Children,” 499–507.

Moore, D., & McAweeney, M. “Demographic Characteristics and Rates of Progress of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons Receiving Substance Abuse Treatment,” 508–12.

Power, D. “Googling “Deaf”: Deafness in the World’s English-Language Press,” 513–18.

Smith, C. E. “Where Is It? How Deaf Adolescents Complete Fact-Based Internet Search Tasks,” 519–29.