restricted access   Volume 135, Number 3, July 1990

Table of Contents



p. 201

Original Articles

Rationale and Strategies for American Sign Language Intervention

pp. 205-210

The Adaptation of Hearing Parents of Hearing-Impaired Youths

pp. 211-216

Role-Taking Ability and Social Behavior in Deaf School Children

pp. 217-221

Thinking about Thinking: A Discussion of the Development of Cognition and Language in Deaf Children

pp. 222-226

Acquisition of Word Meanings from Context by Deaf Readers

pp. 227-234

Maternal Questions While Reading to Deaf and Hearing Twins: A Case Study

pp. 235-240

The Who, When, Where, What of Daydreams Among a Young Adult Hearing-Impaired Population

pp. 241-245

A Comparison of the Health Knowledge of Hearing-Impaired and Hearing High School Students

pp. 246-251

Teacher Judgments of Student Reading Interests: How Accurate Are They?

pp. 252-256

Total Communication Use Among Elementary Teachers of Hearing-Impaired Children

pp. 257-263