How the physically disabled PERCEIVE their disabilities

Weinberg, Nancy; Williams, Judy
July 1978
Journal of Rehabilitation;Jul/Aug/Sep78, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p31
Academic Journal
Presents the perceptions of physically disabled concerning their disabilities in Illinois. Assumptions on the behavior of physically disabled; Reaction of individual to the disability; Advantages of the disability.


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