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Volume 160, Number 1

Paul, Peter V., “The joys of English: Lexemes, P12, innumeracy, and other profundities or absurdities,” [Editorial], 3–6.

Taleb, Rim, “Beyond medical care,” [Letter to the Editor], 7–8.

Cawthon, Stephanie W., Leppo, Rachel, Ge, Jin Jin, & Bond, Mark, “Accommodations use patterns in high school and postsecondary settings for students who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing,” 9–23.

Crowe, Kathryn, McLeod, Sharynne, McKinnon, David H., & Ching, Teresa Y. C., “Attitudes toward the capabilities of deaf and hard of hearing adults: Insights from the parents of deaf and hard of hearing children,” 24–35.

Lapinski, Jessica, Colonna, Caitlin, Sexton, Patricia, & Richard, Mariah, “American Sign Language and Deaf culture competency of osteopathic medical students,” 36–47.

Li, Degao, Gao, Kejuan, Wu, Xueyun, Xong, Ying, Chen, Xiaojun, He, Weiwei, Li, Ling, & Huang, Jingjia, “A reversed-typicality effect in pictures but not in written words in deaf and hard of hearing adolescents,” 48–59.

Michael, Rinat, Cinamon, Rachel Gali, & Most, Tova, “Career-related parental support of adolescents with hearing loss: Relationships with parents’ expectations and occupational status,” 60–72.

Volume 160, Number 2

Eleweke, C. Jonah, Agboola, Isaac O., & Guteng, Simon I., “Reviewing the pioneering roles of Gallaudet University alumni in advancing deaf education and services in developing countries: Insights and challenges from Nigeria,” 75–83.

Volume 160, Number 3

Paul, Peter V., “Fusion: A necessity for understanding realworld phenomena?” [Editorial], 251–254.

Compton, Mary V., Appenzeller, Margo, Kemmery, Megan, & Gardiner-Walsh, Stephanie, “Itinerant teachers’ perspectives of using collaborative practices in serving students who are deaf or hard of hearing,” 255–272.

Norman, Nancy, & Jamieson, Janet R., “Social and emotional learning and the work of itinerant teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing,” 273–288.

Trezek, Beverly J., & Mayer, Connie, “Using an informal reading inventory to differentiate instruction: Case studies of three deaf learners,” 289–302.

Paradis, Grace, & Koester, Lynne Sanford, “Emotional availability and touch in deaf and hearing dyads,” 303–315.

Beal-Alvarez, Jennifer S., & Scheetz, Nanci A., “Preservice teacher and interpreter American Sign Language abilities: Self-evaluations and evaluations of deaf students’ narrative renditions,” 316–333.

Headrick-Hall, Emily, “A first for the field of sign language research: Review of Research methods in sign language studies: A practical guide,” [Book Review], 334–335.

Volume 160, Number 4: Special Issue

Paul, Peter V., “d/Deaf and hard of hearing with a disability or an additional disability: The need for theory, research, and practice,” [Editorial], 339–343.

Kumar L. S., Vagish, “Need for organizational support for faculty with hearing loss,” [Letter to the Editor], 344–346.

Guardino, Caroline, & Cannon, Joanna E., “Theory, research, and practice for students who are deaf and hard of hearing with disabilities: Addressing the challenges from birth to post-secondary education,” [Introduction to Special Issue], 347–355.

Jackson, Rebecca L. W., Ammerman, Sarah B., & Trautwein, Blane A., “Deafness and diversity: Early Intervention,” 356–367.

Bruce, Susan M., & Borders, Christy, “Communication and language in learners who are deaf and hard of hearing with disabilities: Theories, research, and practice,” 368–384.

Cawthon, Stephanie, “From the margins to the spotlight: Diverse deaf and hard of hearing student populations and standardized assessment accessibility,” 385–394.

Luft, Pamela, “Transition services for DHH adolescents and young adults with disabilities: Challenges and theoretical frameworks,” 395–414.

Guardino, Caroline, “Evaluating teachers’ preparedness to work with students who are deaf with disabilities,” 415–426.

Ocuto, Oscar, “A review in retrospect: American Sign Language instructional guide,” [Book Review], 427–429.

Volume 160, Number 5

Paul, Peter V., “This issue: Something for almost everybody,” [Editorial], 433–436.

Paul, Peter V., “In memoriam: Jerry B. Crittenden,” [Memorial Editorial], 437–439.

Cannon, Joanna E., Guardino, Caroline, Antia, Shirin D., & Luckner, John L., “Single-case design research: Building the evidence-base in the field of education of deaf and hard of hearing students,” 440–452.

Ayantoye, Catherine Adekemi, & Luckner, John L., “Successful students who are deaf or hard of hearing and culturally and/or linguistically diverse in inclusive settings,” 453–466.

Nagle, Katherine, Newman, Lynn A., Shaver, Debra M., & Marschark, Marc, “College and career readiness: Course taking of deaf and hard of hearing secondary school students,” 467–482.

Ferndale, Danielle, Munro, Louise, & Watson, Bernadette, “A discourse of ‘abnormality’: Exploring discussions of people living in Australia with deafness or hearing loss,” 483–495.

Nelson, Catherine, Hyte, Holly A., & Greenfield, Robin, “Increasing self-regulation and classroom participation of a child who is deafblind,” 496–509.

McCaskill, Angela, & O’Brien, Catherine, “Outsiders in a hearing world: A book still relevant today,” [Book Review], 510–513.