The Effects of Physical Activity Education on Exercise Self-Efficacy and Physical Activity: A Comparison Study Between Exercise Science and Physical Education Teacher Education
Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science Education
Health, Human Performance and Recreation
Committee Member/Second Reader
The purpose of this study was to understand the adjustment families undergo when a child is diagnosed with deafness as well as their adjustment to the child hearing after a cochlear implant is in place. The participants of the study were four hearing adults between the ages of 18-28 who have a younger sibling with a cochlear implant. The qualitative study used reports from four participants to reflect on how hearing loss and subsequent cochlear implantation impacted the family’s lives. Contrary to expecting findings, the themes did not change and all four reported nurturing and personal growth as key themes.
Wojcicki, M. (2012). The Effects of Physical Activity Education on Exercise Self-Efficacy and Physical Activity: A Comparison Study Between Exercise Science and Physical Education Teacher Education. Health, Human Performance and Recreation Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/hhpruht/28