A Comparison of Anxiety Levels of Partially Sighted and Totally Blind Adults

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Anxiety levels of partially sighted were compared with totally blind people. Using the Anxiety Scale for the Blind, the primary hypothesis tested was that the partially sighted would manifest more anxiety than would the totally blind. The study was designed to ascertain whether the primary hypothesis would hold within the structure of this study, and to obtain information useful in future anxiety studies of the visually handicapped. A residential center for the blind furnished subjects, facilities, and biographical data. The primary hypothesis lacked statistical significance at the .05 level as did comparisons of anxiety levels by age, sex, economic need, ... continued below

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Zeagler, Arnold M. August 1975.

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Anxiety levels of partially sighted were compared with totally blind people. Using the Anxiety Scale for the Blind, the primary hypothesis tested was that the partially sighted would manifest more anxiety than would the totally blind. The study was designed to ascertain whether the primary hypothesis would hold within the structure of this study, and to obtain information useful in future anxiety studies of the visually handicapped. A residential center for the blind furnished subjects, facilities, and biographical data. The primary hypothesis lacked statistical significance at the .05 level as did comparisons of anxiety levels by age, sex, economic need, and age at onset. The use of a different instrument may be indicated for future studies.

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Zeagler, Arnold M. A Comparison of Anxiety Levels of Partially Sighted and Totally Blind Adults, thesis, August 1975; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663471/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .