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This paper is based on the master's thesis of the first author. Some people who were particularly helpful in developing the study include Michael Williams, Rick Creech, John Povall, Janice Chadsey-Rusch, Barb Roberts, and Diane Bryan. Likewise, the help of professionals from the various college and university disability service offices is greatly appreciated.
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Lynne M. Atanasoff, Department of Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology and Rehabilitation Services, The Pennsylvania State University, 327 CEDAR Building, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802. Electronic mail may be sent via Internet to Ima100@psu.edu.
About the Authors
Lynne M. Atanasoff, Department of Educational and School Psychology and Special Education (now at Department of Counselor Education), Counseling Psychology and Rehabilitation Services The Pennsylvania State University.
David McNaughton, Department of Educational and School Psychology and Special Education at The Pennsylvania State University.
Pamela S. Wolfe, Department of Educational and School Psychology and Special Education at The Pennsylvania State University.
Janice Light, Department of Communication Disorders at The Pennsylvania State University.