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Title Assessing College Life Adjustment of Students with Disabilities
Summary Seligman developed the Positive Emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, and Accomplishment (PERMA) model that may be useful in understanding the wellbeing of individuals. The factorial structure of the PERMA model was used in a sample of college students with disabilities to examine the model’s relationship with outcomes important to college adjustment. This research summary highlights key findings of this report and how you can use this information to improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities.

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