Cynthia Sieck (Committee Co-chair), Leon Vandecreek (Committee Co-chair), Julie Williams (Committee Chair)
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
This study utilized a Participatory Action Research (PAR) design to modify a measure that examines the sexual knowledge, experiences, and needs of people with physical disabilities. Participants (N = 23) were college students with physical disabilities that were registered for disability services at a medium sized Midwestern university. Participants completed a secure online survey that allowed them to provide feedback on the utility of the questionnaire. Preliminary data also were gathered and reviewed. Results revealed both convergence and divergence with the existing literature. Limitations, research and clinical implications, and future directions were also explored.
Department or Program
School of Professional Psychology
Year Degree Awarded
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