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Positive Psychology of Personal Factors - 
      Michael L. Wehmeyer
    
      Dana S. Dunn
    
      Erin E. Andrews
    
      Kathleen R. Bogart
    
      Brandon Boring
    
      Brooke Bryson
    
      Katherine Budge
    
      Thomas Dirth
    
      Sidai Dong
    
      Dana S. Dunn
    
      Michal Einav
    
      Timothy R. Elliott
    
      Elisa S. M. Fattoracci
    
      Anjali J. Forber-Pratt
    
      Hannah Fry
    
      Devin Guthrie
    
      Mikki Hebl
    
      Joshua Hicks
    
      Yunzhen (Judy) Huang
    
      Joseph Maffly-Kipp
    
      Alexandra Kriofske Mainella
    
      Malka Margalit
    
      Vani A. Mathur
    
      Megan McSpedon
    
      Michelle Nario-Redmond
    
      Jeffrey Noel
    
      Timothy Oxendahl
    
      Kevin Rand
    
      Tomer Schmidt-Barad
    
      Mackenzie L. Shanahan
    
      Elisabeth Silver
    
      Susan Miller Smedema
    
      Laurel Wade
    
      Michael L. Wehmeyer

Positive Psychology of Personal Factors

Implications for Understanding Disability

Michael L. Wehmeyer (Redaktør) ; Dana S. Dunn (Redaktør) ; Erin E. Andrews (Innledning) ; Kathleen R. Bogart (Innledning) ; Brandon Boring (Innledning) ; Brooke Bryson (Innledning) ; Katherine Budge (Innledning) ; Thomas Dirth (Innledning) ; Sidai Dong (Innledning) ; Dana S. Dunn (Innledning) ; Michal Einav (Innledning) ; Timothy R. Elliott (Innledning) ; Elisa S. M. Fattoracci (Innledning) ; Anjali J. Forber-Pratt (Innledning) ; Hannah Fry (Innledning) ; Devin Guthrie (Innledning) ; Mikki Hebl (Innledning) ; Joshua Hicks (Innledning) ; Yunzhen (Judy) Huang (Innledning) ; Joseph Maffly-Kipp (Innledning) ; Alexandra Kriofske Mainella (Innledning) ; Malka Margalit (Innledning) ; Vani A. Mathur (Innledning) ; Megan McSpedon (Innledning) ; Michelle Nario-Redmond (Innledning) ; Jeffrey Noel (Innledning) ; Timothy Oxendahl (Innledning) ; Kevin Rand (Innledning) ; Tomer Schmidt-Barad (Innledning) ; Mackenzie L. Shanahan (Innledning) ; Elisabeth Silver (Innledning) ; Susan Miller Smedema (Innledning) ; Laurel Wade (Innledning) ; Michael L. Wehmeyer (Innledning)

Historically, interventions designed to impact the lives of disabled people were predicated upon deficits-based models of disability. This began to change with the introduction of World Health Organization (WHO) frameworks, particularly the International Classification of Function (ICF), that emphasized that disability could only be understood in the context of interactions among health, environmental factors, and personal factors and by examining the impact of such factors on a person's activities and participation. Les mer
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Historically, interventions designed to impact the lives of disabled people were predicated upon deficits-based models of disability. This began to change with the introduction of World Health Organization (WHO) frameworks, particularly the International Classification of Function (ICF), that emphasized that disability could only be understood in the context of interactions among health, environmental factors, and personal factors and by examining the impact of such factors on a person's activities and participation. The ICF identified personal factors as among the elements of a social-ecological model of disability but did not provide an extensive taxonomy of what constitutes such factors. Understanding Disability examines personal factors that come from the field of positive psychology and, as such, to begin to identify and build strengths-based approaches to promoting the full participation, dignity, and well-being of disabled people.
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781793634658
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Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, Michael L. Wehmeyer & Dana S. Dunn

Chapter 2: Positive Psychology and Disability: Focusing on Intrapersonal Strengths, Dana S. Dunn & Michael L. Wehmeyer

Chapter 3: Disability Culture, Identity, and Language, Erin E. Andrews & Anjali F. Forber-Pratt

Chapter 4: Moving Toward Well-Being: Positively Coping with and Adjusting to Chronic Illness and Disability, Susan Miller Smedema, Yunzhen Huang, Hannah Fry, & Alexandra M. Kriofske Mainella

Chapter 5: Optimism: A Personal Factor for Promoting Functioning and Reducing Disability, Kevin L. Rand & Mackenzie L. Shanahan

Chapter 6: Self-Determination as a Personal Factor, Michael L. Wehmeyer

Chapter 7: Individual and Interpersonal Aspects of Hope and People with Developmental Disabilities, Malka Margalit, Tomer Schmidt-Barad, & Michal Einav

Chapter 8: Resilience, Disability, and Intrapersonal Factors Viewed through the Lens of Rehabilitation Psychology's Foundational Principles, Dana S. Dunn

Chapter 9: Personality and Disability, Timothy R. Elliott, Laurel Wade, Sidai Dong, & Katherine Budge

Chapter 10: The Experience of Meaning in Life in the Context of Pain-Related Disability, Devin Guthrie, Brandon L. Boring, Joseph Maffly-Kipp, Vani A. Mathur, & Joshua A. Hicks

Chapter 11: Negotiating Stigma: Disability in the Workplace, Elisabeth R. Silver, Elisa S. M. Fattoracci, Tim Oxendahl, Megan McSpedon, & Mikki Hebl

Chapter 12: Social Support for Adults with Rare Disorders as a Personal and Environmental Factor, Kathleen R. Bogart & Brooke Bryson

Chapter 13: Life Satisfaction, Michelle Nario-Redmond, Thomas Dirth, & Jeffrey Noel
Michael L. Wehmeyer is Ross and Marianna Beach Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas.

Dana S. Dunn, Ph.D. is professor of psychology at Moravian University.