Über den Autor
James S. Peters II is a Licensed Clinical/Counseling Psychologist.
Chapter 1 Performance of Fifty Male Veterans of World War II on Occupational Aptitude Test 5 and 6, and the Minnesota Spatial Relations Test Chapter 2 Some Problems in the Selection, Administration, and Interpretation of Psychological Tests for Vocational and Educational Guidance Chapter 3 A Functional Vocational Guidance Library the Chicago Plan Chapter 4 A Study of Academic and Professional Requirements and Personal Characteristics for Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors in State Agencies Chapter 5 Rehabilitation Counseling Chapter 6 Proposed Cerebral Palsy Research Design Chapter 7 Rehabilitation Comes of Age Chapter 8 A Study of Rehabilitation Counselor Employment in State Agencies Chapter 9 Some Problems in the Rehabilitation of the Tubercular Alcoholic Chapter 10 Attitudes of Delinquents as Measured by the Semantic Differential Scales Chapter 11 The Testing Program in Vocational and Educational Guidance Chapter 12 Semantic Differential and Delinquent Behavior Chapter 13 Vocational Counseling and Planning Chapter 14 Successful Work-Study Program for Mentally Retarded Chapter 15 Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling and Adjustment of the Mentally Retarded Chapter 16 Vocational Rehabilitation in Western Europe, Yugoslavia and the United States 1971-1972 Chapter 17 Habilitation: A Cradle to the Grave Concept Chapter 18 How Rehabilitation Programs Deal with Stigma toward the Mentally Ill
Studies of Issues in Rehabilitation 1950-1980 will give readers some insight into the universal problems of the disabled, handicapped and disadvantaged of the United States and other countries of the world. Local, state, and federal funds, over the past 50 years, have been spent to rehabilitate individuals in these categories as well as other charitable organizations.