Studies among selected public: Handicapped

Number of studies18
Additional keywordsdisabled, invalid
See alsoHandicaped children
See alsoINSTITUTIONAL LIVING
See alsoRetarded

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Cameron et al. (1971): study US 1969
 
Happiness or Life Satisfaction of the Malformed.
 
Handicapped and controls Detroit, USA,197?
 
Cameron et al. (1973): study US 1971
 
The Life Satisfaction of Non-Normal Persons.
 
Handicapped and controls Detroit, USA,197?
 
Cameron et al. (1973): study US 1971 /1
 
The Life Satisfaction of Non-Normal Persons.
 
Handicapped and controls Detroit, USA,197?
 
Eden et al. (1998): study SE 1992
 
Is Disability Pension related to Quality of Life?
 
25-59 aged disability pensioners, Kristianstad, Sweden, 1992
 
Fugl-Meyer et al. (1991a): study SE 1984
 
Vocational Rehabilitation in Northern Sweden III. Aspects of Life Satisfaction.
 
Handicapped referred for vocational rehabilitation,followed 2 years, Umea, Sweden, 1984-1986
 
Hall et al. (1999): study US 1996
 
Follow-Up Study of Individuals With High Tetraplegia (C1-C4) 14 to 24 Years Postinjury.
 
Tetraplegia patients 14-24 years after injury, United States, 1996
 
Hofoss (2004): study NO 1984
 
Healthy Living Does not Reduce Life Satisfaction among Physically Handicapped Persons.
 
25 -50 aged physically handicapped, Norway, 1984-1986
 
Kemp & Krause (1999): study US California 1994
 
Depression and Life Satisfaction Among People Ageing with Post-Polio and Spinal Cord Injury.
 
Post-polio and Spinal cord injury and controls, California, USA 199?
 
Kemp & Krause (1999): study US California 1994 /1
 
Depression and Life Satisfaction Among People Ageing with Post-Polio and Spinal Cord Injury.
 
Spinal cord injury patients, Southern California, USA, 199?
 
Kemp & Krause (1999): study US California 1994 /2
 
Depression and Life Satisfaction Among People Ageing with Post-Polio and Spinal Cord Injury.
 
Post-polio patients, California, USA, 199?
 
Kinney & Coyle (1992): study US 1992
 
Predicting Life Satisfaction Among Adults With Physical Disabilities.
 
18-55 aged, physically disabled, USA,1992
 
Matikka & Ojanen (2002): study FI 1994
 
Happiness in Persons with Intellectual Disabilities.
 
18-77 aged intellectually disabled, Finland, 1994-2000
 
Reitz et al. (2004): study CH 1999
 
Impact of Spinal Cord Injury on Sexual Health and Quality of Life.
 
Spinal cord injured, Switzerland, 199?
 
Schneider & Coppinger (1971): study US 1969
 
Staff-Resident Perceptions of the Needs and Adjustment of Nursing Home Residents.
 
Chronically impaired males, living in nursing home, USA, 196?
 
Schulz & Decker (1985): study US 1985
 
Longterm Adjustment to Physical Disability: The Role of Social Support, Perceived Control and Self-Blame.
 
40+ aged, spinal-cord-injured, non-institutionalised, Portland Oregon, USA, 198?
 
Siösteen et al. (1990): study SE 1985
 
The Quality of Life of Three Functional Spinal Cord Injury Subgroups in a Swedish Community.
 
Spinal Cord Injury, Swedish, 198?
 
Uppal (2006): study CA 1991
 
Impact of the Timing, Type and Severity of Disability on the Subjective Well-Being of Individuals with Disabilities.
 
Disabled, Canada, 1991
 
VanCampen (2007): study NL 2003
 
Bruto Nationaal Geluk: een Proef op de Som . (Gross National Happiness: a Test.)
 
18-65 aged, Netherlands, 2003