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  Volume 135, Number 1, Spring 1990

Table of Contents

Departments

Editorial

p. 3
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Reviews

I Didn't Hear the Dragon Roar by Frances M. Parsons (review)

p. 5
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Teaching the Moderately and Severely Handicapped Student and Autistic Student by Elva Duran, Ph.D. (review)

p. 5
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The Day We Met Cindy by Anne Marie Starowitz (review)

p. 5
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Original Articles

Can SEE-2 Children Understand ASL-Using Adults?

pp. 7-8
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Conversational Strategies of Teachers Using Three Methods of Communication with Deaf Children

pp. 9-13
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Narrative Abilities in Hearing-Impaired Children: Propositions and Cohesion

pp. 14-21
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Mainstreaming and Postsecondary Educational and Employment Status of a Rubella Cohort

pp. 22-26
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From Drill to Practice?: A Question of Generalization

pp. 27-32
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Application of Coping Strategies Developed by Older Deaf Adults to the Aging Process

pp. 33-40
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Reading, Writing and the Texas Supplement to the Essential Elements for the Hearing Impaired

pp. 41-42
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Comparing Two Causal Models of Career Maturity for Hearing-Impaired Adolescents

pp. 43-49
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Adjunct Questions in Prose: A Question Position-by-Reading Ability Interaction

pp. 50-53
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Training for Equity and Excellence for College Teachers of Hearing-Impaired Students

pp. 54-58
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