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An Application of Attribution Theory to Developing Self-Esteem in Learning Disabled Adolescents

Tollefson, N., Tracy, D.B., Johnsen, E.P., Borgers, S., Buenning, M., Farmer, A., & Barke, C. (1980). An application of attribution theory to developing self-esteem in learning disabled adolescents [research report]. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Institute for Research in Learning Disabilities. 

Topic: Characteristics of Adolescents with Learning Disabilities
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Download this research report (pdf): Institute for Research in Learning Disabilities Research Report No. 23

 

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