Attitudes towards disability: beliefs, emotive reactions, and behaviors by non disabled persons
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The present paper is aimed to review the most significant international research about attitudes towards disability and disabled people. Thus, in accordance with the three-component model of the attitude, (1) the beliefs about disability, emotions provoked by it, and behaviors are presented; (2) its moderators are illustrated; (3) the limitations, the open questions, and the perspectives for future research in this area are discussed.