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  1. Children's Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions Towards Peers ...

    Intentions Towards Peers with Disabilities ... primary school children's attitudes and behavioural intentions towards peers with physical disabilities.
  2. Students’ behavioural intentions towards peers with disability

    ... Canada completed a questionnaire regarding their behavioural intentions towards peers with ... social inclusion, young people, attitudes, disabilities ...
  3. Students’ Behavioural Intentions Towards Peers with ...

    ... Lysaght, R. and Burge, P. (2011), Students’ Behavioural Intentions Towards Peers ... more negative than were those towards students with physical disabilities.
  4. Conference Proceedings

    Individual Paper(s) Task-induced embarrassment among non-disabled people correlates with prejudice and negative behavioural intentions towards the physically disabled
  5. ERIC - Students' Behavioural Intentions towards Peers with ...

    Background: The objectives of this study were: (i) to compare the behavioural intentions of high school students towards individuals with intellectual disabilities ...
  6. Children's Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions Towards Peers ...

    ... children's attitudes and behavioural intentions towards ... Intentions Towards Peers with Disabilities. ... and behavioural intentions towards ...
  7. Children's Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions towards Peers ...

    Investigation of determinants of 143 intermediate grade children's attitudes and behavioral intentions toward peers with physical disabilities found that the children ...
  8. Social development and attitudes towards disability

    ... SOCIAL INSECURE BEHAVIOUR AND THEIR ATTITUDES TOWARDS ... change towards people with disabilities ... attitudes and behavioural intentions toward ...
  9. Relationship among Students’ Attitudes, Intentions and ...

    related to attitudes and intentions of people, in general, ... predicting both their general and modified behaviour towards their disabled peers, in the