Inclusion in physical education: a review of the literature from 1995-2005.

  title={Inclusion in physical education: a review of the literature from 1995-2005.},
  author={Martin E Block and Iva Obrusnikova},
  journal={Adapted physical activity quarterly : APAQ},
  volume={24 2},
The purpose of the review is to critically analyze English-written research articles pertaining to inclusion of students with disabilities in physical education published in professional journals both within and outside of the United States from 1995-2005. Each study included in this review had to meet seven a priori criteria. Findings of the 38 selected studies were divided into six focus areas: (a) support, (b) affects on peers without disabilities, (c) attitudes and intentions of children… 
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