The Rationing of Psychological Immunity Scale on a Sample of Visually Impaired Adolescents
Rationing of Psychological Immunity Scale on a Sample of Visually Impaired Adolescents
Keywords:Psychological Immunity, Rationing, Visually Impaired Adolescents
The present study aimed at rationing the psychological immunity scale Prepared by the researcher. The study population is represented in visually impaired adolescents Minia Governorate. The study sample consisted of (40) visually impaired adolescents at El – Nour school for visually impaired students in Minia, which amounted to (40) students of (20 M), (20 F), with an average age (16.5 years) and SD (.506). The research adopted the descriptive-analytical method. The researcher utilized the psychological immunity scale designed by the researcher. The data was processed and analyzed according to the statistical package for social sciences (SPSS). The results of the study asserted that the scale of psychological immunity is applicable for the age (15-18). The psychological immunity scale has got high psychometric characteristics (reliability& validity) and this assured that the scale is suitable for application with visually impaired adolescents.
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