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ArticleMaslowski, EricIn this paper we describe the development of SCI Hard, a serious game designed to promote self-management skills among adolescents and young adults with spinal cord injury and dysfunction (SCI/D). With assistance and input from individuals with SCI/D . . .
JournalThe New Journal of Student Research Abstracts is published yearly in the fall. Continued publication is always dependent on funding. The journal is intended to serve as 1] a vehicle to honor young investigators and their teachers by showcasing their w . . .
ArticleFear and Silence in Burma and Indonesia: Comparing Two National Tragedies and Two Individual Outcomes of TraumaThein-Lemelson, Seinenu M.There is a growing literature indicating that individuals often respond to traumatic experience with resilience, yet it is not clear what specific factors facilitate recovery. In particular, it has been challenging to identify the larger historical, s . . .
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Graduate projectStrobridge, Maxine LouiseThe Oriental deaf today are coming into the focus of attention of the world's deaf. This is due partly to the interest and involvement of the United States in this fast-developing area of the world and to the large number of world deaf travelers. Ther . . .
Graduate projectMurphy, H. G.This is a proposal for a learning station in a class for the deaf. A one unit model is proposed in this paper, but as the merits and feasability of this proposal are examined, one may conclude that a model classroom should contain more units, or learn . . .
BookKramer, William M.Hans Burkhardt is in love with America, deeply for what it is, and even more profoundly for what it can become. In some ways he almost suppresses his Swiss origins with a speech that still reflects them. He has been a prophet without honor in Switzerl . . .
Graduate projectIntegrated and segregated after-class activities of hearing-impaired students at California State University-NorthridgeHovinga, R. DaleThe mainstreaming of hearing-impaired students in the classroom setting has appreciated more than reasonable success at California State University-Northridge, mainly due to special support services provided by Support Services to Deaf Students at the . . .
ArticleIchikari, RyosukeA mobile map viewer for visually impaired people that delivers customizable audio-tactile presentations of routes is developed. Combinations of sound effects, voice cues, and vibration cues evaluated for usability.