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What children report and remember: a six-year follow-up of the effects of social contact between peers with or without severe disabilities.

By: Kishi, Gloria S.
Contributor(s): Meyer, Luanna H.
Series: Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps 19 (4) 1994: 277-289.Publisher: 1994Subject(s): FRIENDSHIPS | INTEGRATION | PEER RELATIONSHIPS | SELF ESTEEM | SOCIAL COMPETENCESummary: This is an investigation of what teenagers report and remember as a function of elementary school experiences involving different levels of social contact with peers with severe disabilities.
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This is an investigation of what teenagers report and remember as a function of elementary school experiences involving different levels of social contact with peers with severe disabilities.

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