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American Annals of the Deaf Annual Index, 1990 Article Index by Subject Aging Application of Coping Strategies Developed by Older Deaf Adults to the Aging Process, 33 Career Development Comparing Two Causal Models of Career Maturity for Hearing-Impaired Adolescents, 43 Cognitive Processing Cognitive Processing and the Development of Concepts by Deaf Students, 280 The Feeling of Knowing in Deaf Adolescents, 389 Communication Methods and Strategies Can SEE-2 Children Understand ASL-Using Adults? 7 Conversational Strategies of Teachers Using Three Methods of Communication With Deaf Children, 9 Developing the Ability of Hearing-Impaired Students to Comprehend and Generate Question Forms, 409 Iconicity and Sign Vocabulary Acquisition, 306 A Method of Transcribing Signed and Spoken Language, 343 Preparing the Educational Interpreter: A Survey of Sign Language Interpreter Training Programs, 275 Rationale and Strategies for American Sign Language Intervention, 205 Total Communication Use Among Elementary Teachers of Hearing-Impaired Children, 257 Language Development Teaching Idiomatic Expressions: A Comparison of Two Instructional Methods, 322 Thinking About Thinking: A Discussion of the Development of Cognition and Language in Deaf Children, 222 Mainstreaming Mainstreaming and Postsecondary Educational and Employment Status of a Rubella Cohort, 22 Mental and Physical Health A Comparison of the Health Knowledge of Hearing-Impaired and Hearing High School Students, 246 Diagnosing a Learning Disability in a Hearing-Impaired Child: A Case Study, 285 Looking Into a Deaf Child's Future: A Brief Treatment Approach, 364 The School-to-Community Transition of Hearing-Impaired Persons With Developmental Disabilities: A Review of the Em pirical Literature, 352 The Who, When, Where, What of Daydreams Among a Young Adult Hearing-Impaired Population, 241 Minority Students Deaf Children From Ethnic, Linguistic, and Racial Minority Backgrounds: An Overview, 67 Educational Needs for Multicultural Hearing-Impaired Students in the Public School System, 75 Parents The Adaptation of Hearing Parents of Hearing-Impaired Youths, 211 Enhancing Parents' Use of SEE: Progress and Retention, 371 Influence and Adaptability in Families With Deaf Parents and Hearing Children, 402 Maternal Questions While Reading to Deaf and Hearing Twins·. A Case Study, 235 The Parental Experiences of Mothers of Adolescents With Hearing Impairments, 293 Self-Concept Among Hearing Chinese Children of Deaf Parents, 299 Vol. 135, No. 5 AAD 413 Reading and Writing Acquisition of Word Meanings From Context by Deaf Readers, 227 Adjunct Questions in Prose: A Question Position-by-Reading Ability Interaction, 50 From Drill to Practice? A Question of Generalization, 27 Reading, Writing, and the Texas Supplement to the Essential Elements for the Hearing Impaired, 41 Teacher Judgments of Student Reading Interests: How Accurate Are They? 252 Social Behavior Classification of the Hearing-Impaired for Independent Living Using the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale, 384 The Play Behavior of Hearing-Impaired Kindergarten Children, 316 Role-Taking Ability and Social Behavior in Deaf School Children, 217 Story Recall Narrative Abilities in Hearing-Impaired Children: Propositions and Cohesion, 14 Teaching Deafness Simulation: A Model for Enhancing Awareness and Sensitivity Among Hearing Educators, 312 Making Adult Education Accessible to the Deaf: A Model of Direct Instructor Communication in ASL, 396 Teachers and Artificial Intelligence: The Logo Connection, 379 Training for Equity and Excellence for College Teachers of Hearing-Impaired Students, 54 Article Index by Author Anthony, S. The Who, When, Where, What of Daydreams Among a Young Adult Hearing-Impaired Population, 241 Berkay, P.J. Making Adult Education Accessible to the Deaf: A Model of Direct Instructor Communication in ASL, 396 Beykirch, H. L., Holcomb, T. A., and Harrington, J. F. Iconicity and Sign Vocabulary Acquisition, 306 Cates, D. S., and Schontz, F. C. Role-Taking Ability and Social Behavior in Deaf School Children, 217 Chan, L. M., and Lui, B. Self-Concept Among Hearing Chinese Children of Deaf Parents, 299 Christensen, K. M. Thinking About Thinking: A Discussion of the Development of Cognition and Language in Deaf Children, 222 Cohen, O. P., Fischgrund, J. £., Redding, R. Deaf Children From Ethnic, Linguistic, and Racial Minority Backgrounds: An Overview, 67 Cornelius, G., and Hornett, D. The Play Behavior of Hearing-Impaired Kindergarten Children, 316 Cowan, S. H. Reading, Writing, and the Texas Supplement to the Essential Elements for the Hearing Impaired, 41 Dabi C, and Wilcox, S. Preparing the Educational Interpreter: A Survey...

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ISSN
1543-0375
Print ISSN
0002-726X
Pages
pp. 413-416
Launched on MUSE
2013-04-22
Open Access
No
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