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Effects of leisure education on perceived freedom in leisure of adolescents with mental retardation



Effects of leisure education on perceived freedom in leisure of adolescents with mental retardation



Therapeutic Recreation Journal 33(4): 320-332



A study was completed to determine the effects of the leisure education programme on the perceived freedom in leisure of adolescents with mental retardation two counties of a southeastern state, USA.

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