ADTP

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ADTPAustralian Digital Theses Program
ADTPAgência de Desenvolvimento Tietê Paraná
ADTPattitudes toward disabled persons (scale)
ADTPAlcohol and Drug Treatment Program
ADTPAdolescent Day Treatment Program
ADTPAssistant Directors Training Program (Directors Guild - Producer Training Program)
ADTPAdult Day Treatment Program
ADTPAssociation Départementale pour le Travail Protégé
ADTPAcademic Talent Development Program (UC Berkeley)
ADTPAustralian Divorce Transitions Project
ADTPArizona Detention Transition Project
ADTPAdvanced Technology Demonstration Plan
ADTPAsus Dynamic Thermal Dissipation
ADTPAuthorized Desktop Training Provider (Microsoft)
ADTPAddiction Day Treatment Program
ADTPAmerican Degree Transfer Programme
ADTPAdaptive Driver Training Program
ADTPAlcohol, Drug and Tobacco Programs
ADTPArmy Drug Testing Program
ADTPAlcohol Dependence Treatment Program
ADTPAddictive Disorders Treatment Program
ADTPApplications Development Training Program
ADTPAssociation des Decores du Travail de Paris
ADTPAssistant Director of Town Panchayats
ADTPAdvanced Desktop Publishing
ADTPacellular diphtheria-tetanus toxoids-pertussis
ADTPAnalog Discrete-Time Processing
ADTPAutomotive Devices Test Platform
ADTPArchitecture Design and Technology Press, Ltd.
ADTPAsynchronous Data Transport Protocol
ADTPAccelerator Driven Transmutation Project
ADTPAgro-based Industries & Technology Development Project
ADTPair dried tons pulp
ADTPAviation Desk Top Procedures
ADTPAnimal Drug Testing Program
ADTPAssistant Director Town Planning
ADTPAdmission/Discharge/Transfer activity by Patient
ADTPAIRS Data Transfer Protocol
ADTPAirshow Data Transfer Program
ADTPaktiva darba tirgus politikas
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However, medical students' attitudes were less positive on the Scale of Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons (SADP) and on its optimism-human rights subscale.
Scale of Attitudes toward Disabled Persons Form R (S ADP-R) was used to determine the attitudes that gang members/former gang members may have toward persons with disabilities.
Subsequently, the Scale of Attitudes toward Disabled Persons (SADP) and the Mental Retardation Misconceptions Scale (Antonak, 1982; Antonak & Livneh, 1988) were published.
Traditionally, attitudes toward people with disabilities have been assessed by means of questionnaires such as the Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons Scale (ATDP; Yuker, Block, & Campbell, 1960) and the Scale of Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons (SADP; Antonak, 1982).
Research with the attitudes toward disabled persons scales (ATDP) 1960-1985.
The major instrument, the Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons (ATDP) Scale by Yuker, Block, & Campbell (1960) has been submitted to factor analytic studies, which indicated that attitudes toward the disabled populations are multidimensional, attitudes are instrument specific rather than domain-related, and also population-specific.
The Attitudes toward Disabled Persons Scale (ATDP-Form A) was utilized to assess respondents' attitudes toward people with disabilities.
Abstract: The question of whether the use of a teaching strategy employing simulation influences attitudes toward disabled persons over time was addressed in this quasi-experimental intervention study.
The anchors are the same as those used for several widely used attitude instruments; for example, the Attitude Toward Disabled Persons scales (Yuker, Block, & Campbell, 1960; Yuker, Block, & Young, 1966), and the Scale of Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons (Antonak, 1982).
In this study, two survey instruments were used: the Scale of Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons (SADP; Antonak, 1981) and the Attitudes Toward the Employability of Persons with Severe Handicaps Scale (ATEPSH; Schmelkin & Berkell, 1989).
Social attitudes toward disabled persons are very diverse and are expressed through the following components: cognitive (knowledge and beliefs about people with disabilities), emotional (emotional and evaluative), and behavioral [1].
Based on the results, the researchers concluded that there was not significant relationship between family disability and the Attitudes Toward Disabled Persons Scale (ATDP) indicating that respondents with a family member with a disability were no more likely to have positive attitudes toward people with disabilities than those who did not have a family member with a disability.
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