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2017, vol. 66, iss. 2, pp. 289-304
A comparison of individual qualities of resiliency in adolescents with mild intellectual disability and typically developing adolescents
aInstitute for the Improvement of Education, Belgrade
bUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty for Special Education and Rehabilitation

emailmiroslavpavlovic@zuov.gov.rs
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Social participation of persons with intellectual disabilities (MESTD - 179017)

Abstract
Intellectual disability (ID) is a chronic adversity that increases the likelihood of negative developmental outcomes. The aim of this research is to examine differences between adolescents with mild ID and typically developing (TD) adolescents in personal qualities which contribute to successful adaptation. The sample consisted of 92 adolescents with mild ID and 772 TD adolescents, 13-19 years of age, of both sexes. Resiliency was assessed using the Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents. In comparison to TD adolescents, adolescents with mild ID have significantly lower levels of sense of mastery and sense of relatedness and a higher level of emotional reactivity. In the subsample of adolescents with mild ID there were no age or sex differences for resiliency. Adolescents with mild ID have a lower level of resiliency than TD adolescents, which highlights the need to develop programs focused on personal qualities associated with positive developmental outcomes.
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DOI: 10.5937/nasvas1702289P
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