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1998 Index by Volume and Issue Number

Volume 143, No. 1

Moores, D.F. (1998). HIV/AIDS and deafness. [Editorial]. 143(1), 3.

Bullard, C. (1998). Emerging from our isolation. [Letter to the Editor]. 143(1), 4.

Koester, L.S., Karkowski, A., & Traci, M. (1998). How do deaf and hearing mothers regain eye contact when their infants look away? 143(1), 5-13.

Guthman, D. (1998). Assessing substance abuse problems of deaf and hard of hearing students. 143(1), 14-19.

Pagliaro, C. (1998). Mathematics reform in the education of deaf and hard of hearing students. 143(1), 22-28.

Watkins, S., Pittman, P., & Walden, B. (1998). The deaf mentor experimental project for young children who are deaf and their families. 143(1), 29-34.

Powers, G.W., & Saskiewicz, J. (1998). A comparison study of educational involvement of hearing parents of deaf and hearing children of elementary school age. 143(1), 35-39.

Zieziula, F.R., & Harris, G. (1998). National survey of school counselors working with deaf and hard of hearing children: Two decades later. 143(1), 40-45.

Walker-Vann, C. (1998). Profiling Hispanic deaf students: A first step toward solving the greater problems. 143(1), 46-54

Mosley Hall, C.J. (1998). The association between raceless and achievement among African American deaf students. 143(1), 55-64.

Volume 143, No. 2

Holden-Pitt, L., & Diaz, J. (1998). Thirty years of the annual survey of deaf and hard of hearing children & youth: A glance over the decades. 143(2), 72-76.

Volume 143, No. 3

Moores, D.F. (1998). Genetic engineering and our brave new world. [Editorial]. 143(3), 223-224.

Calderon, R., & Low, S. (1998). Early social-emotional, language, and academic development in children with hearing loss: Families with and without fathers. 143(3), 225-234.

Ciocci, S.R., & Baran, J. (1998). The use of conversational repair strategies by children who are deaf. 143(3), 235-245.

Evans, J.P. (1998). Changing the lens: A position paper on the value of qualitative research methodology as mode of inquiry in the education of the deaf. 143(3), 246-254.

Kemp, M. (1998). Why is learning American Sign Language a challenge? 143(3), 255-259.

Nybo, W.L., Scherman, A., & Freeman, P. (1998). Grandparents' role in family systems with a deaf child: An exploratory study. 143(3), 260-267.

Furlonger, B. (1998). An investigation of the career development of high school adolescents with hearing impairment in New Zealand. 143(3), 268-276.

Seal, B.C., Rossi, P., & Henderson, C. (1998). Speech-language pathologists in schools for the deaf. 143(3), 277-283.

Volume 143, No. 4

Moores, D.F. (1998). Race, ethnicity, and minority status. [Editorial]. 143(4), 291-292.

Heard-Dunn, P. (1998). Racelessness a difficult characterization. [Letter to the Editor]. 143(4), 293-294.

Mosley Hall, C.J. (1998). Response to Pauline Heard-Dunn. [Letter to the Editor]. 143(4), 295.

Lampropoulou, V., & Konstantareas, M. (1998). Child involvement and stress in Greek mothers of deaf children. 143(4), 296-304.

Andrews, J.F., & Martin, G. (1998). Hopwood, affirmative action, and deaf education. 143(4), 305-313.

Lala, F.J.J., Jr. (1998). Is there room in the DSM for consideration of deaf people? 143(4), 314-317.

Jensema, C. (1998). Viewer reaction to different television captioning speeds. 143(4), 318-324.

Mousley, K., & Kelly, R. (1998). Problem-solving strategies for teaching mathematics to deaf students. 143(4), 325-336.

Luetke-Stahlman, B., Griffiths, C., & Montgomery, N. (1998). Development of text structure knowledge as assessed by spoken and signed retellings of a deaf second-grade student. 143(4), 337-346.

Calderon, R., Bargones, J., & Sidman, S. (1998). Characteristics of hearing families and their young deaf and hard of hearing children: Early intervention and follow-up. 143(4), 347-362.

Volume 143, No. 5

Moores, D.F. (1998). Denial of success. [Editorial]. 143(5), 371-372.

Pagliaro, C. (1998). The mathematics preparation and professional development of deaf education teachers. 143(5), 373-379.

Yoshinaga-Itano, C., & Apuzzo, M. (1998). Identification of hearing loss after age 18 months is not early enough. 143(5), 380-387.

Luetke-Stahlman, B. (1998). Providing the support services needed by deaf children. 143(5), 388-391.

Loeding, B.L., & Greenan, J. (1998). Reliability and validity of generalizable skills instruments for students who are deaf, blind, and hard of hearing. 143(5), 392-403.

Grushkin, D.A. (1998). Lexidactylophobia: The (irrational) fear of fingerspelling. 143(5), 404-415.

Yoshinaga-Itano, C., & Apuzzo, M. (1998). The development of deaf and hard of hearing children identified early through the high risk registry. 143(5), 416-424.

Kluwin, T.N., & Corbett, C.A. (1998). Parent characteristics and educational program involvement. 143(5), 425-432.