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1996 Index by Volume and Issue Number

Volume 141, No. 1

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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. Volume 141, No. 2

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.

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. Volume 141, No. 3

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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

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

Rose, D.E., McCay Vernon, & Pool, A.F. (1996). Cochlear implants in prelingually deaf children, 141(3), 258-262. Volume 141, No. 4

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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. Volume 141, No. 5

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

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

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.

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

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.

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

Danermark, B., Str”m-Sj”lund, L., & Borg, B. (1996). Some characteristics of mainstreamed deaf and hard of hearing students in Swedish universities, 141(5), 359-364.

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.

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.

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