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Voeltz, L.M.  (1980).  Children's attitudes toward
     handicapped peers.  American Journal of Mental
     Deficiency, 84, 455-464.

As services for severely handicapped children become
increasingly available within neighborhood public
schools, children's attitudes toward handicapped
peers in integrated settings warrant attention.
Factor analysis of attitude survey responses of 2,392
children revealed four factors underlying attitudes
toward handicapped peers: social-contact willingness,
deviance consequation, and two actual contact
dimensions. Upper elementary-age children, girls,
and children in schools with most contact with
severely handicapped peers expressed the most
accepting attitudes.  Results of this study suggest
the modifiability of children's attitudes and the
need to develop interventions to facilitate social
acceptance of individual differences in integrated
school settings.

(Sternlicht and Windholz, 1984, p. 79)