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The Psychosocial Well-Being of Finnish Adolescents with Visual Impairments Versus Those with Chronic Conditions and Those with No Disabilities
Abstract: The psychosocial well-being of 115 adolescents with visual impairments was compared with that of 44 adolescents with chronic conditions and 607 adolescents with no disabilities. It was found that the adolescents with visual impairments, especially those who were blind, had more difficulties in their relationships with friends than did the other two groups, but had fewer problems with psychological well-being than did the adolescents with chronic conditions.
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