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Although the hypothesis that the disabled are perceived as different is widely accepted, very little research has been done to delineate ways in which the disabled are viewed as different. The present research investigated three questions: On what dimensions are the disabled viewed as different...
Two nondisabled confederates who simulated disability by sitting in a wheelchair repeatedly executed five tasks on a college campus and at a metropolitan shopping center. During the disabled condition, the five tasks were as follows: (a) sit in a congested area for five minutes; (b) go through a...
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