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dc.contributor.authorBehr, Shirley K.
dc.contributor.authorMurphy, Douglas L.
dc.identifier.citationBehr, S.K., & Murphy, D.L. (1993). Research progress and promise: The role of perceptions in cognitive adaptation to disability. In A.P. Turnbull, J.A. Patterson, S.K., Behr, D.L. Murphy, J.G. Marquis, & M.J. Blue-Banning (Eds.), Cognitive coping, families, and disability (pp. 151-163). Baltimore: Brookes.
dc.publisherPaul H. Brookes
dc.titleResearch Progress and Promise: The Role of Perceptions in Cognitive Adaptation to Disability
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  • Beach Center Positive Perception of Disability [5]
    This archive contains examples of our work in Positive Perceptions of Disability. Positive Perceptions of Disability proclaims that people with disabilities make positive contributions to their families and communities.

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