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Self-Perception and Locus of Control in Visually Impaired College Students with Different Types of Vision Loss (Online)

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This study used the Twenty Statements Test (TST), a locus of control test, and open-ended questions to elicit responses from 16 college students who were blind or had low vision. A generally positive view of self emerged, but negative TST responses focusing on disability also occurred and sometimes were associated with deteriorating vision loss and recency of onset. Locus-of-control responses were highly external across the group.

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ISBN: jvib960407
Year of publication: 2002
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