Picture my well-being: Listening to the voices of students with autism spectrum disorder.

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Summary of "Picture my well-being: Listening to the voices of students with autism spectrum disorder."

Student well-being, though widely researched, continues to be a poorly defined concept. Few student well-being studies focus on students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who may have a poorer sense of well-being compared to typically developing students.


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Name: Research in developmental disabilities
ISSN: 1873-3379
Pages: 130-140


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