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Self-Esteem and Empathy in Sighted and Visually Impaired Preadolescents — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This article reports on a study of self-esteem and empathy among 71 students with visual impairments and 88 sighted students. No significant difference was found between the two groups of students in their levels of self-esteem, empathy toward others, and bonding with pets.


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