International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

Volume 12 - Issue 2 (2) | PP: 237 - 253 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/EPS2023.12.2.2
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The Level of Withdrawal Behavior among a Sample of Students with Visual Impairments at the North aAcademy in Tabarbour and its Relationship to Psychological Pollution

Doaa Khalid Al-Rahamneh ,
Mohammad Ibrahim Al-safasfeh
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
1/11/2022 15/11/2022 20/11/2022 29/4/2023
Abstract
The aim of the research is to reveal the level of withdrawal behavior among a sample of students with visual disabilities at the North Academy in Tabarbour and its relationship to psychological pollution. The second is to measure psychological pollution after confirming their validity and reliability. The results of the research indicated that the arithmetic means of the measure of withdrawal behavior were at a medium level, and that the arithmetic means of the measure of psychological pollution came at a medium level. The results also showed that there is a direct positive correlation between the withdrawal behavior scale and the psychological pollution scale, and there is no difference in the relationship between withdrawal behavior and psychological pollution according to the variables (sex, school stage, and severity of disability). In the light of these results, the study recommended a set of recommendations, the most important of which are: the need to develop programs to guide students with visual disabilities to reduce their withdrawal behavior and psychological pollution and the need to educate parents of students with visual disabilities to integrate their children into society to reduce the phenomenon of withdrawal behavior among them.


How To Cite This Article
Al-Rahamneh , D. K.& Al-safasfeh , M. I. (2023). The Level of Withdrawal Behavior among a Sample of Students with Visual Impairments at the North aAcademy in Tabarbour and its Relationship to Psychological Pollution. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 12 (2), 237-253, https://doi.org/10.31559/EPS2023.12.2.2

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