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American Annals of the Deaf February 1-72 April 73-296 June 297-344 Index to Volume 129 1984 Paging according to issues September 345-392 November 393-440 December 441-496 Subject Index* American Annals of the Deaf —Advertising, 2 —Change of Address, 2 -Editorial, 303 —Editorial Board, 1 —Editors, 1 —Information for Authors, 2 —Joint Administrative Committee, 1 —Management Information, 1 —Selected Topics of Interest, 79 —Subscription Information, 2 —Table of Contents Erratum, 4 Announcements —A.G. Bell Association International Convention, 76 —American Speech-Language-Hearing Association : Annual Convention, 305 Assistive Listening Devices, Workshop, 77, 305 Caseload Issues in the Family Seminar, 77, 304 Counseling for Clients and Their Families, 77 Directors Conference, 76 Gerontology and Communication Disorders Conference, 77, 304, 352 Southern Regional Conference, 77 Successful Marketing of Programs, 7 —Audiological Society of Australia, 8 —California Association of Teachers of the Hearing Impaired, 7 —Cochlear Implants (course program), 305, 352 —Conference of Educational Administrators Serving the Deaf and Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf Joint Convention, 305 —Conference of Educational Administrators Serving the Deaf, Annual Meeting, 8 —Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf and the Conference of Educational Administrators Serving the Deaf Joint Convention, 305 —Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf Conference, 305 —Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf, West, 76 —Convention of New York State Association of Educators of the Deaf, 305 —Council for Exceptional Children, Annual Convention , 8 —"Deafness in the Family" Seminar, 304 •Abbreviation: QA) = Joint Authorship. *CQA = Comments, Questions, Answers Section. —Effects of Hearing Loss, 7 —Illinois Teachers of the Hearing Impaired Convention , 7 —International Association of Parents of the Deaf, 8 —International Association for Education of the Deaf/Blind, 8 —International Reading Association Convention, 8,305 —Meeting Needs of Deaf Families with Deaf Members , 7 —"My Child Has a Hearing Aid" Workshop, 304 —National Adolescent Conference on Behavior Disorders, 305, 352 —National Association of the Deaf Biennial Convention , 77 —National Association of the Deaf Regional Conference , I and II, 7 —National Conference on Secondary, Transitional and Postsecondary Education for Exceptional Youth, 352 —National Congress of Jewish Deaf, 77 —Ninth Annual Conference on Language Development , 77, 305, 352 —Northwest Educators of the Hearing Impaired, 7 —Occupational Hearing Conservation Workshop, 8 —Outward Bound Course for the Hearing Impaired , 76 —Private Practice Workshop, 7 —Society for Research in Child Development, 305, 352 —Special Conference on the Deaf Adolescent Concern , 8 —Statewide Conference on Education of the Deaf, Dallas, 304 —Strategies in Health Education for Deaf Consumers , 76 —Symposium on Cognition, Education and Deafness , 8 —Tenth Annual Interviewing Conference, 8 —Workshop on Multiple Sensory Impaired, 77, 304 —World Organization of Jewish Deaf Mini-Conference , 77, 304 Award to Dr. Terrel Bell -Editorial, 351 Captioned TV -CQA, 299 Communication —Communication Program for Enhancing InteracA .A.D. / December 1984 487 Index to Volume 129 tion in Families with a Hearing-Impaired Child, A, 362 —Guidelines for Effective Communication Among Hearing-Impaired and Hearing Professionals in Small Group Meetings, 333 —Identifying Current and Relevant Curricular Sequences for Multiply Involved Hearing-Impaired Learners, 370 —Receptive Communication Skills of Hearing-Impaired Students: A Comparison of Four Methods of Communication, 378 Conference of Educational Administrators Serving the Deaf —Accredited Schools, 186 —Committee Membership, 262 -Official Call, 308 Deaf Teachers -Editorial, 303 Decline of the Deaf Community —Letter to the Editor, 348 Education of the Deaf —Behavior Modification Studies with Hearing-Impaired Students: A Review, 451 —Cochlear Implants and the Education of Deaf Children, 324 —Comparison of Captioned, Classroom, and Prose Instruction for Hearing-Impaired Learners, 375 —Education of the Deaf Child: For Integration of Autonomy?, 29 —Effects of the Teacher's Behavior on Deaf Students ' Perception of the Organizational Environment of the Classroom, 386 —Mainstreamed Hearing-Impaired High School Seniors: A Re-Analysis of a National Survey, 11 —Problems with Rewritten Materials, as Exemplified by "To Build a Fire," 23 —Tactile Aids for the Deaf: A Comprehensive Bibliography , 409 —Teacher to Teacher, 9, 306, 353 Educational Programs and Services —Helen Keller National Center, 211 —Postsecondary Programs, 196 —Programs for the Deaf/Blind, 210 —Programs for Professional Specialists, 206 —Programs for Training Interpreters, 208 —Schools and Classes, Canada, 190 —Schools and Classes, USA, 117 —Tabular Summary of Schools and...


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