1991 Index by Subject
Attitudes Toward Deafness
Strong, C. J., & Shaver, J. P., Modifying Attitudes Toward Persons With Hearing Impairment, 136(3), 252-260.
Watt, J. D., & Davis, F. E., The Prevalence of Boredom Proneness and Depression Among Profoundly Deaf Residential School Adolescents, 136(5), 409-413.
Career and Social Development
Freeburg, J., Sendelbaugh, J., & Bullis, M., Barriers in School-to-Community Transition, 136(1), 38-47.
Schroedel, J. G., Improving the Career Decisions of Deaf Seniors in Residential and Day High Schools, 136(4), 330-338.
Bull, B., & Bullis, M., A National Profile of School-Based Transition Programs for Deaf Adolescents, 136(4), 339-348.
Lederberg, A. R., Social Interaction Among Deaf Preschoolers: The Effects of Language Ability and Age, 136(1), 53-59.
Cochlear Implants in Children
Horn, R. M., Nozza, R. J., & Dolitsky, J. N., Audiological and Medical Considerations for Children With Cochlear Implants, 136(2), 82-86.
Hellman, S. A., Chute, P. M., Kretschmer, R. E., Nevins, M. E., Parisier, S. C., & Thurston, L. C., The Development of a Children's Implant Profile, 136(2), 77-81.
Moog, J. S., & Geers, A. E., Educational Management of Children With Cochlear Implants, 136(2), 69-76.
Communication and the Family
Henderson, D., & Hendershott, A., ASL and the Family System, 136(4), 325-329.
Musselman, C., & Churchill, A., Conversational Control in Mother-Child Dyads: Auditory-Oral Versus Total Communication, 136(1), 5-16.
Roush, J., Harrison, M., & Palsha, S., Family-Centered Early Intervention: The Preceptions of Professionals, 136(4), 360-366.
Hadadian, A., & Rose, S., An Investigation of Parents' Attitudes and the Communication Skills of Their Deaf Children, 136(3), 273-277.
Kluwin, T. N. & Gaustad, M. G., Predicting Family Communication Choices, 136(1), 28-34.
Communication Methods and Strategies
Mallery-Ruganis, M., & Fischer, S., Characteristics That Contribute to Effective Simultaneous Communication, 136(5), 401-408.
Watkins, S., & Clark, T. C., A Coactive Sign System for Children Who Are Dual-Sensory Impaired, 136(4), 321-324.
Stuckless, E. R., Reflections on Bilingual/Bicultural Education for Deaf Children, 136(3), 270-272.
Long, G., Stinson, M. S., & Braeges, J., Students' Perceptions of Communication Ease and Engagement: How They Relate to Academic Success, 136(5), 414-421.
Hyde, M. B., & Power, D. J., Teachers' Use of Simultaneous Communication: Effects on the Signed and Spoken Components, 136(5), 381-387.
Mertens, D. M., Teachers Working With Interpreters: The Deaf Student's Educational Experience, 136(1) 48-52.
Akamatsu, C. T., & Fischer, S. D., Using Immediate Recall to Assess Language Proficiency in Deaf Students, 136(5), 428-434.
Wood, D., Communication and Cognition, 136(3), 247-251.
Rittenhouse, R. K., & Kenton, P. L., Conservation and Metaphor Acquisition in Hearing-Impaired Children: Some Relationships With Communication Mode, Hearing Acquity, Schooling, and Age, 136(4), 313-320.
Chalifoux, L. M., The Implications of Congenital Deafness for Working Memory, 136(3), 292-299.
Clark, M. D., When the Same is Different: A Comparison of the Information Processing Strategies of Deaf and Hearing People, 136(4), 349-353.
Brown, P. M. & Foster, S. B., Integrating Hearing and Deaf Students on a College Campus: Successes and Barriers as Perceived by Hearing Students, 136(1), 21-27.
Rittenhouse, R. K., Johnson, C., Overton, B., Freeman, S., & Jaussi, K., The Black and Deaf Movements in American Since 1960: Parallelism and an Agenda for the Future, 136(5), 392-400.
Reading and Writing
Kluwin, T. N., & Kelly, A. B., The Effectiveness of Dialogue Journal Writing in Improving the Writing Skills of Young Deaf Writers, 136(3), 284-291.
LoMaglio, L. J., Using the TOEFL to Measure the Reading Proficiency Levels of Deaf College Applicants, 136(3), 261-264.
Research Methods and Practices
Peffley, S., Terminology and Methods in the Education of the Deaf: Questions for the Experts, 136(5), 388-391.
Luckner, J., The Competencies Needed for Teaching Hearing-Impaired Students: A Comparison of Elemantary and Secondary School Teacher Perceptions, 136(1), 17-20.
Moores, D. F., The Great Debates: Where, How, and What to Teach Deaf Children, 136(1), 35-37.
Cates, J. A., Self-Concept in Hearing and Prelingual/Profoundly Deaf Students: A Comparison of Teachers' Perceptions, 136(4), 354-359.
Luckner, J., Skills Needed for Teaching Hearing-Impaired Adolescents: The Perceptions of Teachers, 136(5), 422-427.
Bowe, F. G., National Survey of Telephone Services and Products: The Views of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People, 136(3), 278-283.