Adolescents with Learning Disabilities at Risk? Emotional Well-Being, Depression, Suicide

Huntington, Deborah D.; Bender, William N.
March 1993
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar1993, Vol. 26 Issue 3
Academic Journal
Examines the emotional well-being of adolescents with learning disabilities (LD). Consistency of indicators concerning emotional and developmental variables; Increased risk for severe depression and suicide; Comparisons of the global self-concept of adolescents with LD and normally achieving adolescents; Dispositional and situational measure of attribution.


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