Emotional Self-Regulation as a Predictor of Self-Esteem and Academic Self-Efficacy of Children With Visual Impairment

@inproceedings{Onuigbo2019EmotionalSA,
  title={Emotional Self-Regulation as a Predictor of Self-Esteem and Academic Self-Efficacy of Children With Visual Impairment},
  author={Liziana N. Onuigbo and Joy I. Anyanwu and Ebere D. Adimora and Immaculata Nwakaego Akaneme and Theresa O. Oforka and Ngozi O. Obiyo and Ifeyinwa O. Ezenwaji and Chinwe Enyi and Eucharia Nchedo Aye and Baptista Chinyere Chigbu and Uchenna N. Eze and Shulamite E. Ogbuabor},
  year={2019}
}
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: Research on the predictive capacity of emotional self-regulation on self-esteem and academic self-efficacy among children with visual impairment is limited. The present study investigated the predictive capacity of emotional self-regulation on self-esteem and academic self-efficacy among children with visual impairment in South-east Nigeria. METHOD: A predictive correlational research design was adopted for the study. The participants were 186 students with visual… CONTINUE READING

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