2 edition of Adjustment to physical handicap and illness found in the catalog.
Adjustment to physical handicap and illness
Roger G. Barker
|Series||[Social Science Research Council] Bulletin 55, rev. 1953|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 440 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||440|
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PERCEIVED POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS* EDNA K. HAMERA* and FRANKLIN C. SHONTZ j (Received 16 February ) Abstract-The assumption that the psychological effects of disease and disability are entirely Cited by: Beatrice Ann Wright (born Beatrice Ann Posner Decem – J ) was an American psychologist known for her work in Rehabilitation was the author of a seminal work on disability and psychology, Physical Disability—A Psychological Approach () and its second edition retitled Physical Disability—A Psychosocial Approach ().
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Adjustment is invariably defined in the literature as some aspect of psychological function. However, in reality, adjustment is a process that begins at the presentation of symptoms and continues throughout the course of the illness and responds to changes in Cited by: Adjustment to physical handicap and illness: A survey of the social psychology of physique and disability.
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Title(s): Adjustment to physical handicap and illness; a survey of the social psychology of physique and disability,by Roger G.
Barker, in collaboration with Beatrice A. Wright [and others]. Edition: Rev. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Social Science Research Council [c] Description: xvi, p.
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Handicap Adjustments o A physical sprit may or may not be present Max. spinnaker width: o Measured at the mid-girth, the maximum is x J + sprit (JC).
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Wright Birth: Death: who was working on a book about physical handicap. Hearing that Wright was in the Bay Area, Barker asked if she would be interested in helping him write the book. Barker, R. G., Wright, B. A., Meyerson, L., & Gonick, M. Adjustment to physical handicap and illness: A survey of.
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This mental disorder is not a mood disorder alone, but a category of several mood disorders. (This viewpoint, as set forth in a book called The Adjustment of the Blind, 10 is the joint property of Chevigny and his co-author, Sydell Braverman; but because he is the senior author and because his name is most widely associated with the ideas in the book, we shall refer to the formulation as Chevigny's.) Observing that the emotion which is.
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Thus, the cost of medical care includes the cost of attending a special school designed to help students compensate for, or overcome, a physical handicap, and to qualify them for future normal education or for normal living (e.g., a school that teaches students to read Braille or to lip read).Reading fiction can be wonderful therapy.
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