- Index to Volume 14
Number 1 (Fall 2013): 1–142
Number 2 (Winter 2014): 143–270
Number 3 (Spring 2014): 271–414
Number 4 (Summer 2014): 415–554
Abbott, Marilyn. See McQuarrie and Abbott.
Adam, Robert, and Breda Carty, “Emeritus Professor Desmond J. Power AM,” 132–36 [Obituary].
Allen, Thomas E., “Current Advances in ASL Assessment: Preface,” 5–7.
Allen, Thomas E., and Charlotte Enns, “A Psychometric Study of the ASL Receptive Skills Test When Administered to Deaf 3-, 4-, and 5-Year-Old Children,” 58–79.
Baker, Sharon. See Simms, Baker, and Clark.
Barberà, Gemma, “Use and Functions of Spatial Planes in Catalan Sign Language (LSC) Discourse,” 147–74.
Bartlett, Meredith. See Willoughby, Manns, Iwasaki, and Bartlett.
Cabeza-Pereiro, Carmen, “Metaphor and Lexicon in Sign Languages: Analysis of the Hand-Opening Articulation in LSE and BSL,” 302–37.
Carty, Breda. See Adam and Carty.
Clark, M. Diane. See Simms, Baker, and Clark.
Cormier, Kearsy. See Smith and Cormier.
DePaolis, Rory A. See Seal and DePaolis.
Eichmann, Hanna, and Rachel Rosenstock, “Regional Variation in German Sign Language: The Role of Schools (Re-)Visited,” 175–202.
Enns, Charlotte. See Allen and Enns.
Enns, Charlotte. See Kuntze, Golos, and Enns.
Fish, Sarah. See Novogrodsky, Fish, and Hoffmeister.
Geer, Leah C. See Witkin, Morere, and Geer.
Golos, Debbie. See Kuntze, Golos, and Enns.
Harris, Raychelle, Introduction to American Deaf Culture, by Thomas K. Holcomb, 406–10 [Book Review].
Hochgesang, Julie A., “Using Design Principles to Consider Representation of the Hand in Some Notation Systems,” 488–542.
Hoffmeister, Robert. See Novogrodsky, Fish, and Hoffmeister. [End Page 547]
Iwasaki. See Willoughby, Manns, Iwasaki, and Bartlett.
Kuntze, Marlon, Debbie Golos, and Charlotte Enns, “Rethinking Literacy: Broadening Opportunities for Visual Learners,” 203–24.
Kusters, Annelies, “Deaf Sociality and the Deaf Lutheran Church in Adamorobe, Ghana,” 466–87.
Manns, Howard. See Willoughby, Manns, Iwasaki, and Bartlett.
McQuarrie, Lynn, and Marilyn Abbott, “Bilingual Deaf Students’ Phonological Awareness in ASL and Reading Skills in English,” 80–100.
Mirus, Gene, “Articulatory Play among American Cuers,” 382–401.
Morere, Donna A., “Methodological Issues Associated with Sign-Based Neuropsychological Assessment,” 8–20.
Morere, Donna A., “The Signed Verbal Learning Test: Assessing Verbal Memory of Deaf Signers,” 39–57.
Morere, Donna A. See Witkin, Morere, and Geer.
Murray, Joseph J., “Insights into Deaf History,” 125–29 [Book Review].
Novogrodsky, Rama, Sarah Fish, and Robert Hoffmeister, “The Acquisition of Synonyms in American Sign Language (ASL): Toward a Further Understanding of the Components of ASL Vocabulary Knowledge,” 225–49.
Rosen, Russell S., “Between-Learners Outside-of-Classroom Uses of American Sign Language as a Foreign Language,” 360–81.
Rosenstock, Rachel. See Eichmann and Rosenstock.
Seal, Brenda, and Rory A. DePaolis, “Manual Activity and Onset of First Words in Babies Exposed and Not Exposed to Baby Signing,” 444–65,
Simms, Laurene, Sharon Baker, and M. Diane Clark, “The Standardized Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist for Signing Children,” 101–24.
Smith, Sandra, and Kearsy Cormier, “In or Out? Spatial Scale and Enactment in Narratives of Native and Nonnative Signing Deaf Children Acquiring British Sign Language,” 275–301.
Snoddon, Kristin, “Ways of Taking from Book in ASL Book Sharing,” 338–59.
Snoddon, Kristin, The Deaf House by Joanne Weber, 543–46 [Book Review].
Söderfeldt, Ylva, “An Evening of Equality? Nationalism and the Centennial Celebration of the Berlin Royal Deaf-Mute Asylum, December 2–4, 1888,” 250–66.
Tyrone, Martha E., Nonmanuals in Sign Language, edited by Annika Hermann and Markus Steinbach, 402–5 [Book Review].
Willoughby, Louisa, Howard Manns, Shimako Iwasaki, and Meredith Bartlett, “Misunderstanding and Repair in Tactile Auslan,” 419–43.
Winzer, Margret, Words Made Flesh: Nineteenth-Century Deaf Education and the Growth of Deaf Culture, by R. A. R. Edwards, 130–31 [Book Review].
Witkin, Gregory A., Donna A. Morere, and Leah C. Geer, “Establishment of a Phonemic Clustering System for American Sign Language,” 21–38. [End Page 548]
“The Acquisition of Synonyms in American Sign Language (ASL): Toward a Further Understanding of the Components of ASL Vocabulary Knowledge,” Novogrodsky, Fish, and Hoffmeister, 225–49.
“Articulatory Play among American Cuers,” Mirus, 382–401.
“Between-Learners Outside-of-Classroom Uses of American Sign Language as a Foreign Language,” Rosen, 360–81.
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