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Physical Disability, Stigma, and Physical Activity in Children - A Replica Study

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Gebhardt, Markus ; Mora-Ruano, J. G. ; Schwab, Susanne
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 18 Sep 2020 06:14


Introduction: Stereotypes can be reduced through positive descriptions. A stigma that able-bodied adults have towards children with physical disability can be reduced when the child is portrayed as being active. The study found out that a sporty active child, who uses a wheelchair, is perceived as more competent than the sporty active able-bodied child. Objective: This study is a replica study ...


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