Attitudes of handicapped and nonhandicapped high school students toward physical education.

@article{Toon1990AttitudesOH,
  title={Attitudes of handicapped and nonhandicapped high school students toward physical education.},
  author={C J Toon and B E Gench},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1990},
  volume={70 3 Pt 2},
  pages={1328-30}
}
The attitudes of 381 handicapped and nonhandicapped high school students toward physical education in mainstreamed classes were compared using measures from the Kneer Attitude Inventory and Diagnostic Statements. A two-way analysis of variance yielded a significant difference between the groups' attitudes. Nonhandicapped high school students had significantly more positive attitudes toward physical education than their handicapped peers. No sex differences were significant.