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dc.contributor.authorOsisanya, A.-
dc.identifier.otherAfrican Journal of Special Needs 5(2), pp. 60-65-
dc.description.abstractThis study was designed to examine the effects of mainstreaming on the psycho- social adjustment difficulties of students with hearing impairment in integrated school settings. It also assessed the effects of hearing-impairment on the social and emotional adjustment difficulties of the affected students. The main instruments used for the study were two sets of questionnaires. Four research questions were raised and tested statistically. The sample consisted of 60 students with hearing impairment and 60 teachers from four integrated schools in Oyo Slate. The findings reveals that the students with hearing impairment attending integrated schools manifested higher adjustment difficulties than their normal hearing peers. The study also reveal that the students isolated themselves from the social and emotional demands as a result of their communication difficulties and ineffective interaction strategies.en_US
dc.titleThe psycho-social adjustment difficulties of students with hearing impairment school setting in Oyo State, Nigeriaen_US
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