Achievement motivation and rehabilitation of the physically disabled
Cohen, Arlene F.
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This investigation was designed to test the proposition that achievement motivation is a significant factor in the rehabilitation of the physically disabled. The specific predictions were that patients with high achievement motivation accomplish more than those with low achievement motivation in three areas of a rehabilitation program: activities of daily living or daily self care activities (ADL); ambulation or the acquisition of skills in crutch walking; and the psycho-social area or attitudes toward the various aspects of disablement [TRUNCATED]
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