This study investigates the effects of stress management training on self-image perception of the visually impaired individuals. The participants were thirty-three (33) purposively selected visually impaired students of Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, Nigeria with age ranging between 18 and 27 years. The research instrument used for data collection was visually impaired stress Questionnaire (VISQ). ANCOVA was the method of data analysis employed. The results of the treatment indicates that there was significant difference between the subjects exposed to treatment and the control group. The results also confirmed that there was significant difference in the level of stress experienced by the totally blind and the partially sighted.
Eniola, Mike and Busari, A.O.
"Effects of Stress Management Training of Self-Image Perception of the Visually Impaired Individuals,"
Essays in Education: Vol. 19
, Article 2.
Available at: https://openriver.winona.edu/eie/vol19/iss1/2