Psychological characteristics of adolescents with disabilities

Grove, J. Robert; Buckworth, Janet
June 1996
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Jun1996, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p231
Academic Journal
Presents an abstract of the article `Athletic Identity and Sport Orientation of Adolescent Swimmers with Disabilities' by J.J. Martin, C. Adams-Mushett and K.L. Smith published in the 1995 issue of `Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly' periodical.


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