Volume 126, Number 5, August 1981

Table of Contents

Letters to the Editor

pp. 483-485
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Communication for the Hearing Handicapped—An International Perspective (review)

p. 486
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I Can Write (review)

p. 486
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Sign Language (review)

p. 486
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Hearing Aids—Current Developments and Concepts (review)

pp. 486-487
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The Acquisition of Reading: Cognitive, Linguistic, and Perceptual Prerequisites (review)

p. 487
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What To Teach Your Child—A Handbook For Parents of 4-6 Year Olds (review)

p. 487
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Report of Communication Method Usage by Teachers of Deaf-Blind Children—Part III

pp. 488-491
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Editorial

p. 492
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What, When, and Why Deaf Children Watch Television

pp. 493-498
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Communication Modes Used with Hearing-Impaired Students: Investigations and Applications to a School/Home Program

pp. 499-504
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Speechreading Skills of Young Normal Hearing and Deaf Children

pp. 505-509
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A Preliminary Description of the Control of Interaction in Classrooms Using Manual Communication

pp. 510-514
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Traditional Achievement Values and Fear of Success in a Hearing-Impaired Population: A Disappearing Phenomenon

pp. 515-519
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Captioned Films for the Deaf

pp. 520-525
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Assessment of Multiply Handicapped Deaf Students for Program Development

pp. 526-532
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Metric Education in Schools for the Deaf—Are We Ready?

pp. 533-535
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Closed-Captioned Television Viewing Preferences

pp. 536-539
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Roster of Members of the Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf 1981

pp. 540-555
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