Targets for rehabilitation: An evidence base for adaptive coping with visual disability
This paper examined the role of assimilative and accommodative coping dimensions for the mental health (e.g., depressive symptoms, life satisfaction) of people with visual impairment, with the aim of informing rehabilitation planning.
Boerner, K., & Wang, S. (2012). Targets for rehabilitation: An evidence base for adaptive coping with visual disability. Rehabilitation Psychology, 57(4), 320-327.