Perceived Competence and Self-Worth of LD and Normally Achieving Students:

@inproceedings{Kistner1987PerceivedCA,
  title={Perceived Competence and Self-Worth of LD and Normally Achieving Students:},
  author={Janet A. Kistner and Mary E. Haskett and Karen White and Frank R. Robbins},
  year={1987}
}
Elementary and middle-school learning disabled (LD) and normally achieving (NA) students' responses to the Perceived Competence Scale for Children were compared. This scale measures general self-worth as well as perceptions of cognitive, social and physical competence. In accord with previous research, LD students were found to hold lower opinions of their cognitive abilities than did NA students. Furthermore, compared to their peers, LD students held less favorable perceptions of their… CONTINUE READING

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