A comparison of the stress levels and attitudes of siblings of handicapped and normal children.

Günayer Şenel, Hatice


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Values are supposed to transcend specific situations and contexts. A country-independent relationship is expected between individual values and aggressive driving. The purpose of this novel study was to investigate the relationship between individual values and aggressive driving. The data were collected from five countries, namely, Estonia, Greece, Kosovo, Russia, and Turkey. The number of participants was 124 in Estonian, 272 in Greek, 107 in Kosovar, 132 in Russian, and 87 in Turkish samples. Participant...
Citation Formats
H. Günayer Şenel, “A comparison of the stress levels and attitudes of siblings of handicapped and normal children.,” Middle East Technical University, 1992.