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Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities is now published in association with SAGE Publications. For new issues please visit: rpsd.sagepub.com

Publisher: TASH Publishing

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Volume 28, Number 3, 1 September 2003

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Obtaining Assistance When Lost in the Community Using Cell Phones
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Scientifically Based Research in Education and Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
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Scientifically Based Research and Qualitative Inquiry
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The Relationship of Inquiry to Public Policy
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Put Me In Coach: A Commentary on the RPSD Exchange
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Scientifically Based Research: Who Let the Dogs Out?
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Book Review
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