Subjective Psychological Well-Being in Families with Blind Children: How Can We Improve It?


The aim of this work was to examine family well-being in a sample of Spanish families with blind children. Sixty-one participants reported their perceived economic status, the level of job satisfaction, and state-anxiety symptoms. The participants of our study scored higher on state-anxiety and lower on material well-being than the normative sample… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00487


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