investigation of the self concept of blind and visually handicapped adolescents. by Meighan, Thomas.

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Published by American Foundation for the Blind in [New York] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Children, Blind,
  • Children with visual disabilities,
  • Self-evaluation

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LC ClassificationsHV1598 .M44
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Pagination6 l., 43 p.
Number of Pages43
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Open LibraryOL4467870M
LC Control Number79155921

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Author(s): Meighan,Thomas Title(s): An investigation of the self concept of blind and visually handicapped adolescents. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: American Foundation for the Blind, c The study aims to explore the nature of selected domains of self-concept (namely behaviour, Intellectual and school status, physical appearance and attributes, anxiety, happiness and satisfaction) of the sighted investigation of the self concept of blind and visually handicapped adolescents.

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