Indicators of Psychological Resilience Among Persons With Learning Disabilities in the COVID-19 Pandemic in Jordan: A Pilot Survey Study

Mahmmoud AlQuraan


The current study aimed to describe the indicators of psychological resilience in the COVID-19 pandemic in Jordan. The study included 45 participants. To achieve the goal of the study, the researcher constructed the study tool, and its validity and reliability were verified. The result indicated that persons with learning disabilities have a medium psychological resilience. The study recommended the importance of strengthening the psychological resilience of persons with learning disabilities.


Indicators of psychological resilience; persons with learning disabilities COVID-19; Jordan

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