Navigating the Career Development of Students With Disabilities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Jina Chun, Jaeyoung Kim, Minju Lee, Constance Richard
3w ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. In pursuit of the full inclusion of individuals with disabilities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and careers, it is essential to facilitate their successful academic and career development, while simultaneously implementing STEM pathways that mitigate barriers and improve retention. This study endeavors to explore the impact of career development activities, self-efficacy, outcome expectations, and goals on the quality of life (QoL) of college students with disabilities in STEM. Participants were 182 col ..read more
Visit website
Book Review: The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Charles Edmund Degeneffe
1M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print ..read more
Visit website
Psychometric Validation of the PROMIS Social Support Scale in a Sample of Individuals With Chronic Health Conditions and Disabilities: A Factor Analytic Study
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Jia Rung Wu, Xiangli Chen, Kanako Iwanaga, Jill Bezyak, Stuart Rumrill, Deborah Lee, Fong Chan
2M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. Social support is a significant protective factor for health and well-being of people with chronic health conditions and disabilities. It is important to include a psychometrically sound measure of social support in their clinical assessment practices, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to validate the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Social Support Scale in a sample of people with chronic health conditions and disabilities. Exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory ..read more
Visit website
Family Perspectives on Promoting Paid Employment for Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Benjamin C. Schwartzman, Emily R. Lanchak, Erik W. Carter, Laura E. Guest, Elise D. McMillan, Julie L. Taylor
2M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. Although families can be critical partners in the pursuit of paid employment of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs), their insights and experiences in this area are rarely explored. We interviewed 60 parents and other caregivers about the factors that could facilitate integrated employment for their family members with IDD. Participants described dozens of distinct practices and postures that contributed to finding and maintaining paid work in the community. Their recommendations spanned eight major categories ..read more
Visit website
Attachment, Relationships, Academic Problems, and Negative Emotions in Student Veterans With Disabilities
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Emre Umucu, Alexandra Kriofske Mainella, Derek Ruiz, Beatrice Lee, Anni Wang, Zeynep Aydin, Mizuka Yasuoka
3M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. In higher education, the student veteran population is growing. As we research and research and gain deeper insights into student veterans and the impact that their military service has on their lives, we begin to uncover connections, such as challenges in romantic and sexual aspects, as well as negative emotions, that may provide valuable insight to counselors. This study aimed to examine whether the relationship between unhealthy attachment and academic problems could be mediated by problems in romantic and sexual relationships, as well as ..read more
Visit website
Illness Intrusiveness Ratings Scale: Translation, Reliability, and Validation Study of the Turkish Version
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Ferit Sahin, Basak Cigdem Karacay, Hayriye Mihrimah Oztürk
3M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. The “İllness Intrusiveness Ratings Scale (IIRS)” is a useful, easy-to-apply tool that measures the degree of illness-induced disruptions in the 13 different aspects of life. The main aim of this study is to examine the validity and reliability of the Turkish version of IIRS and provide a new tool to investigate the impact of chronic illnesses in the Turkish population. A total of 376 patients with hypertension, diabetes, and/or osteoarthritis were recruited in this study. Patients completed the survey that consisted of the sociodemographic da ..read more
Visit website
Expectation of Engagement in Employment in 5 Years: Findings Among Participants With Spinal Cord Injury
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by James S. Krause, Clara E. Dismuke-Greer, Karla Reed
3M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. The purpose of this study was to identify expectations of future engagement with employment among people with spinal cord injury (SCI), the underlying dimensions of engagement, and the relationship with demographic, SCI, and educational factors with engagement scales. Self-report data on the expectation of employment in 5 years were collected and analyzed from adult participants with traumatic SCI. Principal axis factor analysis with the varimax rotation was used to identify the underlying dimensions, and OLS was used to identify the relation ..read more
Visit website
Measuring Implicit Biases About Disability: A Scoping Review
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Yunzhen Huang, Jaeyoung Kim, Allison Levine, Jinhee Park, Hung Jen Kuo
4M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. Implicit biases about disability contribute to discriminatory behaviors and explicit attitudes toward people with disability, an issue that is of significant importance for rehabilitation researchers. The current study reviewed existing measures of implicit disability biases published between 2000 and April 2022. The search was conducted among seven databases, five major rehabilitation counseling journals, and relevant references in the retrieved articles. A total of 66 studies were identified and reviewed. Results showed that the implicit as ..read more
Visit website
Continuing Education Answer Sheet For Volume 67, No 1
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by
4M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Volume 67, Issue 1, Page 79-79, October 2023 ..read more
Visit website
The Effect of Meaning-Centered Group Psychotherapy on Promoting Meaning in Lives of Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury
SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
by Mohammadreza Abed, Hasan Rezaei-Jamalouei, Zohreh Raeisi, Mojtaba Ansari Shahidi, Mahdi Taheri
5M ago
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Ahead of Print. The present study aimed to investigate the effect of Meaning-Centered Group Psychotherapy (MCGP) on promoting meaning in the lives of individuals with spinal cord injury. This single-blind study was quasi-experimental with pre-test, post-test, follow-up, and experimental and control groups. Forty-three patients with poor meaning in life were selected by purposive sampling and randomly assigned to experimental and control groups. The experimental group received MCGP, while the control group received no intervention. The data were collected by ..read more
Visit website

Follow SAGE Journals » Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR