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Client Perceptions of the Microcomputer Evaluation and Screening Assessment
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Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin Volume 32, Number 4,

Abstract

Explored rehabilitation clients' (N=75) perceptions of Microcomputer Evaluation and Screening Assessment (MESA). Results showed clients experienced greater enjoyment, but more difficulty, learning how to complete computer exercises than hardware exercises but viewed computer exercises instructions as easier to understand. Observed differences in perceptions of MESA as function of client demographic variables. (Author/CM)

Citation

Bordieri, J.E. & Musgrave, J. (1989). Client Perceptions of the Microcomputer Evaluation and Screening Assessment. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 32(4), 342. Retrieved February 21, 2020 from .

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