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Purpose This correlational study examined relationships among (a) health and function factors, (b) work environmental factors, and (c) perceived psychological stress among employed people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Method Based on responses to a national survey by 523 employed people with MS,...
Purpose The present study examined patterns of demographic characteristics that are predictive of people's automatic preference for people without disabilities over people with disabilities. Method Predictions of automatic preference for people without disabilities were investigated among 41,789...
Objective To evaluate the measurement structure of the Job Satisfaction of Persons with Disabilities Scale (JSPDS) in a sample of employed U.S. Americans with disabilities. Design A quantitative descriptive design using exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and correlational analysis. Participants...
Purpose To explore exercise experiences and beliefs related to barriers among individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). Methods Seventy-four participants were recruited from a hospital, an independent living center, and online support groups. The Exercise Experiences and Spinal Cord Injury...
Purpose The purpose of this article is to show how the client-focused considering work model (CFCWM) can be adapted to persons with aphasia as a way to provide a framework for rehabilitation counselors to use when helping persons with aphasia assess their readiness to work. Method This article...
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