Social adjustment, self-concept and the performance IQ of children with hearing impairment in mainstream and special schools

by Chan, Ching-king

Abstract (Summary)
(Uncorrected OCR) INTEGRATION FOR HEARING IMI'AIRIJ) Abstract The impact of integration lor hearing unpaired children on their non-verbal intelligence, self-concept and sociat-emoiionat adjustment were studied. One hundred and one pupils of P. 3 lo I*.6 were divided into three groups; ihe normal hearing in ordinary schools Bibliographical Information:


School:The University of Hong Kong

School Location:China - Hong Kong SAR

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:educational psychology hearing impaired children intelligence levels self perception in


Date of Publication:01/01/1994

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