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1999 Index by Subject

Adolescents

Charleson, E.S., Bird, R.L., & Strong, M. (1999). Resilience and Success Among Deaf High School Students: Three Case Studies. 144(3), 226-235.

Communication Strategies

Enerstvedt, R.T. (1999). New Medical Technology: To What Does It Lead?. 144(4), 242-249.

Galvan, D. (1999). Difference in the Use of American Sign Language Morphology by Deaf Children: Implications for Parents and Teachers. 144(4), 320-324.

Long, G., Stinson, M., Kelly, R.R., & Liu, Y. (1999). The Relationship Between Teacher Sign Skills and Student Evaluations of Teacher Capability 144(5), 355-365.

Moores, D.F. (1999). Dr. Moores's Response. [Letter to the Editor]. 144(5), 353.

Moores, D.F. (1999). Total Communication and Bi-Bi [Editorial]. 144(1), 3.

Paul, P. (1999). Cued Language Structure: An Analysis of Cued American English Based on Linguistic Principles. [Media Review]. 144(1), 4-6.

Warnow, M. (1999). Hiding Information on "Voice Technology"? [Letter to the Editor]. 144(5), 352.

Deaf History

Campbell, C.D. (1999). The Central Asylum for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, Conajoharie, New York, 1823-1835. 144(5), 366-373.

Early Identification/Intervention

Arehart, K.H., & Yoshinaga-Itano, C. (1999). The Role of Educators of the Deaf in Early Identification of Hearing Loss. 144(1), 19-23.

Education

Arehart, K.H. & Yoshinaga-Itano, C. (1999). The Role of Educators of the Deaf in Early Identification of Hearing Loss. 144(1), 19-23.

Charleson, E.S., Bird, R.L., & Strong, M. (1999). Resilience and Success Among Deaf High School Students: Three Case Studies. 144(3), 226-235.

Galvan, D. (1999). Difference in the Use of American Sign Language Morphology by Deaf Children: Implications for Parents and Teachers. 144(4), 320-324.

Karchmer, M.A., & Allen, T.E. (1999). The Functional Assessment of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. 144(2), 68-77.

Kluwin, T.M. (1999). Coteaching Deaf and Hearing Students: Research on Social Integration. 144(4), 339-344.

LaSasso, C.L. (1999). Test-Taking Skills: A Missing Component of Deaf Students' Curriculum. 144(1), 35-43.

Luckner, J.L. (1999). An Examination of Two Coteaching Classrooms. 144(1), 24-34.

Luetke-Stahlman, B., Griffiths, C., & Montgomery, N. (1999). A Deaf Child's Language Acquisition Verified Through Text Retelling. 144(3), 270-280.

Moores, D.F. (1999). Many Stories [Editorial]. 144(3), 223-224.

Moores, D.F. (1999). IDEA and the 800 Pound Gorilla [Editorial]. 144(4), 295-296.

Moores, D.F. (1999). What Millennium? [Editorial]. 144(5), 351.

Powers, S. (1999). The Educational Attainments of Deaf Students in Mainstream Programs in England: Examination Results and Influencing Factors. 144(3), 261-269.

Schimmel, C.S., Edwards, S.G., & Prickett, H.T. (1999). Reading?...Pah! (I Got It!). 144(4), 298-308.

Stewart, D.A., & Ellis, M.K. (1999). Physical Education for Deaf Students. 144(4), 315-319.

Health

Barnett, S., & Franks, P. (1999). Smoking and Deaf Adults: Association with Age at Onset of Deafness. 144(1), 44-50.

Calderon, R., & Greenberg, M. (1999). Stress and Coping in Hearing Mothers of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. 144(1), 7-18.

Koester, L.S., & Meadow-Orlans, K.P. (1999). Responses to Interactive Stress: Infants Who Are Deaf or Hearing. 144(5), 396-403.

Vernon, M., & Daigle-King, B. (1999). Historical Overview of Inpatient Care of Mental Patients Who Are Deaf. 144(1), 51-61.

Multicultural Issues

Moores, D.F. (1999). Many Stories. [Editorial]. 144(3), 223-224.

Parents and Parenting

Calderon, R., & Greenberg, M. (1999). Stress and Coping in Hearing Mothers of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. 144(1), 7-18.

Teachers and Training

Arehart, K.H. & Yoshinaga-Itano, C. (1999). The Role of Educators of the Deaf in Early Identification of Hearing Loss. 144(1), 19-23.

Bodner-Johnson, B.A., & Martin, D.S. (1999). Teacher Educators on Deaf Education: Why They Entered Higher Education and Their Current Priorities and Accomplishments. 144(3), 236-241.

Carver, R.J. (1999). O...Canada![Letter to the Editor]. 144(4), 297.

Kluwin, T.M. (1999). Coteaching Deaf and Hearing Students: Research on Social Integration. 144(4), 339-344.

Luckner, J.L. (1999). An Examination of Two Coteaching Classrooms. 144(1), 24-34.

Martin, D.S., Hussey, L., Sicoli, D., & Sheng, Z.N. (1999). Removing Barriers and Building Bridges: American Deaf Interns Teaching Chinese Deaf Children. 144(3), 281-288.

Strassman, B.K., & Hall, P.M. (1999). Hiring Criteria, Duties, and Professional Growth Opportunities for the Residential Staff at Schools of the Deaf: A Survey. 144(5), 380-386.

Yarger, C.C., & Luckner, J.L. (1999). Itinerant Teaching: The Inside Story. 144(4), 309-314.

Technology

Enerstvedt, R.T. (1999). New Medical Technology: To What Does It Lead? 144(4), 242-249.

Kirkland, C.E. (1999). Evaluation of Captioning Features to Inform Development of Digital Television Captioning Capabilities. 144(3), 250-260.

Pilai, P. (1999). Using Technology to Educate Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children in Rural Alaskan General Education Settings. 144(5), 374-379.

Testing and Screening

Arehart, K.H. & Yoshinaga-Itano, C. (1999). The Role of Educators of the Deaf in Early Identification of Hearing Loss. 144(1), 19-23.

White, A., & Tischler, S. (1999). Receptive Sign Vocabulary Tests: Test of Single-Word Vocabulary or Iconicity? 144(4), 334-338.

The Annual Survey

Albertorio, J.R., Holden-Pitt, L., & Rawlings, B. (1999). Preliminary Results of the Annual Survey of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Youth in Puerto Rico: The First Wave 144(5), 387-395.

Stuckless, E.R. (1999). Grateful for the Annual Survey [Letter to the Editor]. 144(3), 225.

Therapy

Furlonger, B.E. (1999). Narrative Therapy and Children with Hearing Impairments. 144(4), 325-333.