Predictors of university students" attitudes toward well functioning physically disabled peers

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College students -- Attitudes., College students with disabilities, Physically handicapped -- Education (Higher) -- Social asp
Statementby Ghislaine M.R. Marcotte.
SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 100 leaves.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18465923M
ISBN 100315533706

Students ’ Attitudes towards Peers with Disabilities Downloaded by [University of Groningen], [Anke de Boer] at 07 November were more likely to interact with these children in. the non-disabled students (Block, ; Sherrill, ). Block and Malloy () investigated the attitudes of students without disabilities on the inclusion of peers with mental disabilities, in a softball team, and their opinion as to the adjustments of the exercise that needs to be done to enable disabled students to follow Size: KB.

University students’ perceptions of and attitudes toward (online) peer assessment MEICHUN LYDIA WEN1 AND CHIN-CHUNG TSAI2 1 Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Changhua University of Education, ChangHua, Taiwan; 2 Institute of Education & Center for Teacher Education, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan (E-mail:.

A meta-analysis of school-age children’s attitudes towards persons with physical or intellectual disabilities. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 49, Rosenbaum, P., Armstrong, R., & King S. Children’s attitudes toward disabled peers: a self-report by: 3.

Children's Attitudes toward Handicapped Peers Article (PDF Available) in American journal of mental deficiency 84(5) April with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Luanna Meyer. The attitudes of students in the school were generally positive (M =SD = ). Female students had higher total scores (M =SD = ) than their male contemporaries (M =SD = ), t () =p Having a friend/relative with a disability was associated with more positive attitudes among female students.

potential predictors of graduation among students with disability, this study identifi ed a relatively small combination of student characteristics and services that provided nearly optimal prediction ability of gradu-ation among college students with disabilities. The following research questions were answered: 1.

Correspondence to: Ana Orlić, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Sports and Physical Education, Blagoja Parovica Str, Belgrade; e-mail:@ THE PREDICTORS OF STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSESAuthor: Ana Orlic, Bojan Pejcic, Dusanka Lazarevic, Ivana Milanovic.

sions of non-disabled students’ attitudes towards peers with disabilities and to investigate the associated individual and environmental factors.

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METHOD This research is a part of the CREATIVE project (Comprendre, Respecter, Ecouter l’Autre: Travailler, Imaginer pour Vivre Ensemble – [Understanding, Respect-File Size: KB. Archie, V.W., & Sherrill, C. Attitudes toward handicapped peers of mainstreamed and non-mainstreamed children in physical education.

Perceptual and Motor Skills, 69, Ashman, A. Assessing student teachers attitudes toward the mentally retarded and physically handicapped persons. In addition, several studies have shown that both children and adults share similar attitudes or perceptions; for example, having a more positive attitude toward persons with physical disabilities than those with developmental or psychiatric disabilities (Ashman, ; Furnham & Pendred, ; Woodward, ).

The attitudes towards peers with disabilities of students who are educated in an inclusive class (with peers with SEN) do not differ from those of students in regular classes.

Students who nominate peers with SEN for working together on a school project show a more positive attitude towards peers with by: College students' perceptions of peers with autism spectrum disorder.

Matthews NL(1), Ly AR, Goldberg WA. Author information: (1)Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center, N. 18th Street, Phoenix, AZ,USA, [email protected] Little is known about peer attitudes toward college students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).Cited by: Exploring attitudes toward eating disorders among elite athlete support personnel.

McArdle S(1), Meade MM(2), Moore P(3). Author information: (1)School of Health and Human Performance, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. (2)Ulster Sports Academy, University of Ulster, Jordanstown Campus, Newtownabbey, by: Attribute Name Values; Creator: Turner, Robert W.

(Robert William), Abstract: The central purpose of this study was to examine the attitudes of non-disabled college students toward their developmentally disabled peers attending the same : Robert W.

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Turner. The use of peer assessment (PA) as an alternative form of evaluation method is reported to be helpful in learning and is increasingly being adopted in higher education settings. Through collecting data from university students in Taiwan, a item instrument was developed to investigate university students’ attitudes toward and perceptions of PA and Cited by: From a sample of occupational therapy students and business students at an Australian university, it was found, with the use of the Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons Scale–Form A (Yuker, Block, & Young, ), that the attitudes of freshman occupational therapy students did not differ significantly from those of their business-major Cited by:   This study assessed stereotypic attitudes and behavioral intentions of elementary school children toward a peer presented on a slide as physically handicapped (in a wheelchair) or nonhandicapped (in a regular chair).

On two measures of behavioral intentions (Activity Preference List and a Likert-format acceptance scale) and a measure of stereotypic Cited by: Iowa State University Capstones, Theses and Dissertations Predictors in late adolescent college students' attitudes towards police and their attitudes towards parents, teachers, and police as a function of self-esteem Kathleen Dee Smith Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: University students without disabilities (N=) completed 4 parallel versions of 4 subscales of selfefficacy expectations and attitudes.

Each version specified a different disabling condition, blindness, deafness, use of a wheelchair, or health impairment, in the preamble to 4 subscales: friendship, self-assertiveness, integrated education. The well-being of university students is an important research endeavour. Experiencing high levels of subjective well-being is considered to be a central criterion of positive mental health (Diener ).In addition to this, well-being has been found to not only be an outcome of favourable life circumstances such as academic success and satisfying Cited by: 6.

In addition, school counselor attitudes toward students with disabilities appeared to be fairly lower than the attitudes of educators and other helping professionals in the U.S while being similar to the scores of the samples of the studies conductedAuthor: Elif Cimsir.

Merely physically integrating students with disabilities into public schools is often inadequate for promoting acceptance and positive interactions, and frequently leads to negative outcomes (Donaldson ). Only a few studies have addressed adolescents' attitudes toward and interactions with peers with disabilities.

Attitudes Toward Statistics Studies Among Students with Learning Disabilities. Abstract. This study aims to examine the effectiveness of a support course to change attitudes toward statistics studies of post-secondary students who were diagnosed with learning disabilities (LD) and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).Cited by: 1.

N Jabin (). Attitudes toward the physically disabled as related to selected personality variables. PhD thesis, New York University. Predictors of college success included the following.

Appreciation of the Liberal Arts Scale Revised (ALAS-R;) This item scale was used to assess students’ attitudes toward learning and the degree to which students value the liberal arts.

The measure is Cited by: 6. It appears that students without disabilities tend to have less than favorable attitudes toward students with disabilities, and that stereotypes are often at the core of these negative attitudes (Yuker, ). Studies have also demonstrated that contact between disabled and non-disabled peers has improved negative attitudes (Olson, ).

Attitudes Toward Handicapped Students: Professional, Peer, and Parent Reactions (School Psychology Series) [Horne, Marcia D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Attitudes Toward Handicapped Students: Professional, Peer, and Parent Reactions (School Psychology Series)Cited by: The target group for this study is all Year 8 (N=) students at a middle school in regional Western Australia.

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The attitude of the Year 8 students towards students with disabilities is measured using the "Peer Attitudes Toward the Handicapped Scale (PATHS)." The PATHS questionnaire was administered at the beginning and end of Semester 1 in Cited by: 7. Predictors of disability-related attitudes: considering self-esteem, communication apprehension, contact, and geographic location Kate Magsamen-Conrad,1 Dinah Tetteh,2 Yen-I Lee3 1Department of Communication, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 2Department of Communication, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR, 3Grady College Author: Kate Magsamen-Conrad, Dinah Tetteh, Yen-I Lee.

The opportunity arose to consider student nurses’ attitudes toward disabled people, comparing two streams of students undertaking two different curricula.

A convenience sample of students completed the attitudes toward disabled persons questionnaire form B (Yuker, H.E., Block, J.R., Younng, J.H., serious and permanent disabled students, although focused on Special Education cen-ters. Recently, Suriá Martínez () focused students’ attitudes towards disability of stu-dents of different educational stages, analyz-ing how different the attitudes are towards their disabled classmates depending on their.

During the past 50 years, numerous studies have focused on the public's attitudes toward people with intellectual disabilities (ID). As the move toward educating children in the least restrictive environment gained momentum following the initial passage of Public Law inmuch of this research addressed the attitudes of children and youth.