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2007 Index by Volume and Issue Number

Volume 152, No. 1

Moores, D. F. “Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces,” [Editorial], 3–4.

De Clerck, Goedele A. M., “Meeting Global Peers, Visiting Ideal Deaf Places: Deaf Ways of Education Leading to Empowerment, An Exploratory Case Study,” 5–19.

Ward, Phillip, Wang, Ye, Paul, Peter, & Loeterman, Mardi, “Near-Verbatim Captioning Versus Edited Captioning for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: A Preliminary Investigation of Effects on Comprehension,” 20–28.

White, Alfred H., “A Tool for Monitoring the Development of Written English: T-Unit Analysis Using the SAWL,” 29–41.

Möller, Kerstin, & Danermark, Berth, “Social Recognition, Participation, and the Dynamic Between the Environment and Personal Factors of Students With Deafblindness,” 42–55.

Soukup, Monica, & Feinstein, Sheryl, “Identification, Assessment, and Intervention Strategies for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students With Learning Disabilities,” 56–62.

Enns, Charlotte, & Lafond, Lori Dustan, “Reading Against All Odds: A Pilot Study of Two Deaf Students With Dyslexia,” 63–72.

DeLana, Melissa, Gentry, Mary Anne, & Andrews, Jean, “The Efficacy of ASL/English Bilingual Education: Considering Public Schools,” 73–87.

Volume 152, No. 2

Channon, Rachel, & Sayers, Edna Edith, “Toward a Description of Deaf College Students’ Written English: Overuse, Avoidance, and Mastery of Function Words,” 91–103.

Volume 152, No. 3

Moores, Donald F., “Preaching to the Choir,” [Editorial], 273–74.

Benedict, Beth S., & Sass-Lehrer, Marilyn, “Deaf and Hearing Partnerships: Ethical and Communication Considerations,” 275–82.

Flaherty, Mary, & Moran, Aidan, “An Investigation of the Stroop Effect Among Deaf Signers in English and Japanese: Automatic Processing or Memory Retrieval?” 283–90.

Power, Des, Power, Mary R., & Rehling, Bernd, “German Deaf People Using Text Communication: Short Message Service, TTY, Relay Services, Fax, and E-mail,” 291–301.

Simms, Laurene, & Thumann, Helen, “In Search of a New, Linguistically and Culturally Sensitive Paradigm in Deaf Education,” 302–11.

Winn, Stephen, “Preservice Preparation of Teachers of the Deaf in the Twenty-First Century: A Case Study of Griffith University, Australia,” 312–19.

Hintermair, Manfred, “Prevalence of Socioemotional Problems in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children in Germany,” 320–30.

Buisson, Gerald J., “Using Online Glossing Lessons for Accelerated Instruction in ASL for Preservice Deaf Education Majors,” 331–43.

Berman, Barbara A., Streja, Leanne, Bernaards, Coen A., Eckhardt, Elizabeth A., Kleiger, Heidi B., Maucere, Lauren, Wong, Glenn, Barkin, Shari, & Bastani, Roshan, “Do Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Need Antitobacco Education,” 344–55.

Volume 152, No. 4

Moores, Donald F., “The Sound and the Fury,” [Editorial], 359–60.

Biser, Eileen, Rubel, Linda, & Toscano, Rose Marie, “Bending the Rules: When Deaf Writers Leave College,” 361–73.

Vernon, McCay, & Leigh, Irene W., “Mental Health Services for People Who Are Deaf,” 374–81.

Winn, Stephen, “Employment Outcomes for the Congenitally Deaf in Australia: Has Anything Changed?” 382–90.

Feldman, David M., & Gum, Amber, “Multigenerational Perceptions of Mental Health Services of Deaf Adults in Florida,” 391–97.

Hadjikakour, Kika, & Nikolaraizi, Magda, “The Impact of Personal Educational Experiences and Communication Practices on the Construction of Deaf Identity in Cyprus,” 398–414.

Marschark, Marc, Convertino, Carol M., Macias, Gayle, Monikowski, Christine M., Sapere, Patricia, & Seewagen, Rosemarie, “Understanding Communication Among Deaf Students Who Sign and Speak: A Trivial Pursuit?” 415–24.

Volume 152, No. 5

Moores, Donald F., “Half of What We Taught You Is Wrong: The Problem Is We Don’t Know Which Half,” [Editorial], 427–28.

Luft, Pamela, “Examining Educators of the Deaf as ‘Highly Qualified’ Teachers: Roles and Responsibilities Under IDEA and NCLB,” 429–40.

Miller, Margery, “Sign Iconicity and Receptive Vocabulary Testing,” 441–49.

Guarinello, Ana Cristina, Pereira, Maria Cristina da Cunha, Massi, Giselle, Santana, Ana Paula, & Berberian, Ana Paula, “Anaphoric Reference Strategies Used in Written Language Productions of Deaf Teenagers,” 450–58.

Miller, Bryan D., “Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) Theory-Based Assessment With Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children in the School Setting,” 459–66.

Alvarado, Jesús M., Puente, Aníbal, & Herrera, Valeria, “Visual and Phonological Coding in Working Memory and Orthographic Skills of Deaf Children Using Chilean Sign Language,” 467–79.

Ortiz, Isabel R. Rodríguez, & Roche, Joaquín Mora, “The Efficiency of Information Transmission of Sign and Spoken Language,” 480–94.

Meronen, Auli, & Ahonen, Timo, “Individual Differences in Sign Language Abilities in Deaf Children,” 495–504.

DeCaro, James J., “‘Globaleyes’: A Partnership Between The Nippon Foundation (Japan) and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (United States),” 505–9.