Attitudes toward people with disabilities.

Abstract

Attitudes toward people with disabilities are learned, emotionally toned predispositions. This study compares such attitudes held by nursing faculty, beginning nursing students, graduating nursing students, registered nurses, and people with disabilities. Results of the study indicate that persons with disabilities were significantly more positive in their attitudes. Faculty held the least positive attitude, closely followed by graduating nursing students.

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@article{Brillhart1990AttitudesTP, title={Attitudes toward people with disabilities.}, author={Barbara Brillhart and Howard Jay and Monique Wyers}, journal={Rehabilitation nursing : the official journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses}, year={1990}, volume={15 2}, pages={80-2, 85} }