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ERIC Number: ED080653
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Mar
Pages: 51
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Rehabilitation Research Kaleidoscope. Research Series, Number 5.
Kunce, Joseph T.; And Others
This monograph has two purposes: (1) to re-examine the findings of a series of studies (supported in part by the Regional Rehabilitation Research Institute at the University of Missouri--Columbia) and restate them in such a manner that may be of interest to a wide audience--particularlyto counselors and to teachers; and (2) to acquaint other rehabilitation researchers with this Institute's major research activities and research findings. The value of abstracts, research briefs, and annotations has been well established. The studies that were annotated can be placed into one of the following categories: disadvantagement, counseling issues, disability (emotional and physical), psychological assessment, and research methodology. The re-connective theme of the research is understanding the processes, techniques, outcomes, and issues that can lead to improved rehabilitation services for the disabled and the disadvantaged. The annotations were developed using the format: statement of the problem, the results, and the implications. The main ideas of each study are presented--technical jargon, statistical findings, research design, and explanations are deleted. This more detailed information can be obtained by reference to the publication citation provided with each annotation. Summarized materials include 35 articles and three monographs. (Author/JM)
Regional Rehabilitation Research Inst., University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (No price quoted)
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Sponsor: Social and Rehabilitation Service (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Missouri Univ., Columbia . Regional Rehabilitation Research Inst.