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1996 Index by Author

Ammons, D.K., & Miller, M.S. (1996). Deaf students' recall of Spanish vocabulary under three testing conditions, 141(5), 340-345.

Bowe, F.G. (1996). (Media review) A journey into the deaf-world, 141(4), 277.

Cambra, C. (1996). A comparative study of personality descriptors attributed to the deaf, the blind, and individuals with no sensory disability, 141(1), 24-28.

Champie, J. (1996). Causes of deafness: Retrospection and omens, 141(1), 34-36.

Chincotta, M., & Chincotta, D. (1996). Digit span, articulatory suppression, and the deaf: A study of the Hong Kong Chinese, 141(3), 252-257.

Corbett, E.E., & Micheaux, P.A. (1996). How some schools for deaf and hard of hearing children are meeting the challenges of instructional technology, 141(2), 52-58.

Danermark, B., Ström-Sjölund, L., & Borg, B. (1996). Some characteristics of mainstreamed deaf and hard of hearing students in Swedish universities, 141(5), 359-364.

Fisiloglu, A.G. & Fisiloglu, H. (1996). Turkish families with deaf and hard of hearing children: A systems approach in assessing family functioning, 141(3), 231-235.

Gillespie, C.W. & Twardosz, S. (1996). Survey of literacy environments and practices in residences at schools for the deaf, 141(3), 224-230.

Griffing, B.L. (1996). Strategic planning: Purpose and process in transforming state supported special schools for the sensory disabled in the United States, 141(5), 365-369.

Harkins, J.E., Loeterman, M., Lam, K., & Korres, E. (1996). Instructional technology in schools educating deaf and hard of hearing children: A national survey, 141(2), 59-65.

Hyde, M. & Power, D.J. (1996). Teachers' ratings of the communication abilities of their deaf students, 141(1), 5-10.

Jensema, C., McCann, R., & Ramsey, S. (1996). Closed-captioned television presentation speed and vocabulary, 141(4), 284-292.

Joint Standards Committee of the National Council on Education of the Deaf and the Council for Exceptional Children. CEC-CED joint knowledge and skills statement for all becoming teachers of students who are deaf or hard of hearing, 141(3), 220- 223.

LaSasso, C.J., & Achtzehn, J.C. (1996). Leadership personnel needs in the education of deaf and hard of hearing children: Results of two national surveys, 141(4), 299-302.

Lipton, D.S., Goldstein, M.F., Fahnbulleh, F.W., & Gertz, E.N. (1996). The interactive video-questionnaire: A new technology for interviewing deaf persons, 141(5), 370-378.

Luetke-Stahlman, B., Hayes, P.L., & Nielsen, D.C. (1996). Essential practices as adults read to meet the needs of deaf or hard of hearing students, 141(4), 309-320.

Luetke-Stahlman, B. & Milburn, W.O. (1996). A history of seeing essential english (SEE I) , 141(1), 29-33.

Marlatt, E.A. (1996). ENFI_An approach to teaching writing through computers, 141(3), 240-244.

Mason, D., & Ewoldt, C. (1996). Whole language and deaf bilingual-bicultural education-Naturally!, 141(4), 293-298.

Parasnis, I., DeCaro, J.J., & Raman, M.L. (1996). Attitudes of teachers and parents in India toward career choices for deaf and hearing people, 141(4), 3 03-308._Naturally! , 141(4), 293-298.

Mertens, D.M. (1996). Breaking the silence about sexual abuse of deaf youth, 141(5), 352-358.

Moores, D.F. (1996). (Editorial) Under fire, 141(1), 3-4.

Moores, D.F. (1996). (Editorial) Countdown to 150, 141(3), 219.

Moores, D.F. (1996). (Editorial) Back to the prefabs?, 141(4), 275.

Moores, D.F. (1996). (Editorial) Belief and knowledge, 141(5), 331.

Murdoch, H. (1996). Stereotyped behaviors in deaf and hard of hearing children, 141(5), 379-386.

Parasnis, I., DeCaro, J.J., & Raman, M.L. (1996). Attitudes of teachers and parents in India toward career choices for deaf and hearing people, 141(4), 303-308.

Parasnis, I., Samar, V.J., & Mandke, K. (1996). Deaf adults' attitudes toward career choices for deaf and hard of hearing people in India, 141(5), 333-339.

Prendergast, S.J. & McCollum, J.A. (1996). Let's talk: The effect of maternal hearing status on interactions with toddlers who are deaf, 141(1), 11-18.

Roberts, E.G., & Dumas, R.E. (1996). Deaf and hearing parents' interactions with eldest hearing children, 141(4), 278-283.

Rodda, M. (1996). (Media review) Counselling: The deaf challenge, 141(5), 332.

Rodr¡guez, M.S., & Lana, E.T. (1996). Dyadic interactions between deaf children and their communication partners, 141(3), 245-251.

Rollman, S.A., & Harrison, R.D. (1996). A Comparison of deaf and hearing subjects in visual nonverbal sensitivity and information processing, 141(1), 37-41.

Rose, D.E., McCay Vernon, & Pool, A.F. (1996). Cochlear implants in prelingually deaf children, 141(3), 258-262.

Slate, J.R., & Fawcett, J. (1996). Gender differences in Weschler performance scores of school-age children who are deaf or hard of hearing, 141(1), 19-23.

White, A.H., & Tripoli, L.J. (1996). Classroom assessment of the use of compact language drills: A technique borrowed from foreign language teaching, 141(5), 346-351.

White, S., Dancer, J., & Burl, N. (1996). Speechreading and speechreading tests: A survey of rehabilitative audiologists, 141(3), 236-239.