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Examining relationships between staff attributions of soundscapes and core affect in people with severe or profound intellectual and visual disabilities

By: van den Bosch, Kirsten A.
Contributor(s): Andringa, Tjeerd C | Post, Wendy J | Ruijssenaars, Wied A. J. J. M | Vlaskamp, Carla.
Series: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 41 (1) March 2016: 21-30. 2016Subject(s): LIVING ENVIRONMENTS | QUALITY OF LIFE | SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | SUPPORT STAFF | VISUAL DISABILITY | ATTRIBUTION | AUDITORY ENVIRONMENT | CORE AFFECT | SOUNDSCAPESOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Provides an initial examination of the relationship between staff attributions of the quality of soundscapes and staff attributions of the moods of people with severe to profound intellectual and visual disabilities in terms of core affect. If we know how people with profound intellectual and visual disabilities are influenced by different auditory environments, we can eventually determine how to improve their (auditory) living environment and increase their quality of life.
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Provides an initial examination of the relationship between staff attributions of the quality of soundscapes and staff attributions of the moods of people with severe to profound intellectual and visual disabilities in terms of core affect. If we know how people with profound intellectual and visual disabilities are influenced by different auditory environments, we can eventually determine how to improve their (auditory) living environment and increase their quality of life.

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