Peer Status and Personality Characteristics of Learning Disabled and Nondisabled Students

Bruininks, Virginia L.
October 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct1978, Vol. 11 Issue 8
Academic Journal
Explores the peer status, self-concept, perceived peer status, friendship preferences and interpersonal needs of learning disabled and nondisabled children. Comparison of the peer status and personality characteristics of learning disabled and nondisabled children; Explanations to the cause of lower social status and self-concept of learning disabled than contrast subjects.


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