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  • Cara Carbone

The presence of stigma on learning disabilities in female-adolescents in a single-sex environment


 

Ethnicity

High School Population*

Nassau County +**

United States +**

Form A

Form B

Non-Hispanic White

74%

58.5%

60.1%

73%

70%

Asian or Asian American

11%

10.9%

5.9%

6.8%

11.4%

Black or African American

10%

13.1%

13.4%

8.1%

8.6%

Hispanic or Latino

4%

17.5%

18.5%

9.5%

5.7%

Other

--

2.6%

4.3%

4.1%

5.7%

Grade Level


Form A Participants

Grade Level

Form B Participants

Freshman

1.4%

Freshman

2.9%

Sophomore

39.2%

Sophomore

34.3%

Junior

28.4%

Junior

38.6%

Senior

31.1%

Senior

24.3%

Age, closest to birthday

Form A Participants

Age, closest to birthday

Form B Participants

14

1.4%

14

2.9%

15

21.6%

15

22.9%

16

35.1%

16

35.7%

17

24.4%

17

25.7%

18

17.6%

18

12.9%

Gender*

High School Population

Male

0%

Female

100%

Title

Author(s)/Date

Purpose/Sample Questions

Vignette I

Carbone, 2021

  1. Measure stigma levels on a subject without a learning disability

  2. Measure sympathy levels on a subject without a learning disability

Measuring Sympathy and Stigma on Struggling Peer

Carbone, 2021

Paired with Vignette I

  1. How annoyed/frustrated were you with the teacher’s response to April’s excuse for doing poorly on the test?

  2. How legitimate do you consider April’s reasoning for her poor academic performance?

Vignette II

Carbone, 2021

  1. Measure stigma levels on a subject with a learning disability

  2. Measure sympathy levels on a subject with a learning disability

Measuring Sympathy and Stigma on Struggling Peer With a Learning Disability

Carbone, 2021

Paired with Vignette II

  1. How legitimate do you consider [April’s/Elizabeth’s] feelings at the end of the story, when she left the classroom?

  2. How much additional support should the school offer when dealing with situations such as this?

Form

Mean

SD

Form A

31.30

4.82

Form B

33.60

6.16


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