Key words: mild intellectual disability- decision-making

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Ayman, Salim, A. H., "Effectiveness of a training program in development of decision-making ability among People with mild intellectual disability", مجلة التربية الخاصة، جامعة الزقازيق, vol. 5, issue 17, pp. 388-434, 2016. Abstract

The current research aimed to verify the effectiveness of a training program in developing the decision-making skill among people with mild intellectual disability. The research sample consisted of (10) adult males divided equally into two groups: experimental group and control group from the School of Intellectual Education in Nasser city in Beni Suef governorate , for the 2015/2016 academic year. their ages ranged between (14 to 17) years, their scores of intelligence ranged between (50 to 68). The research used Stanford-Binet intelligence scale (4th Edition), Vineland Adaptive Behavior scale, socio-economic level Scale, decision-making Scale, and the training program. The results revealed that There are statistically significant differences between means of scores of the experimental and control groups in the post test of decision-making skill in the favor of the of experimental group, and this indicates the effectiveness of the training program in the development of decision-making among adults with mild intellectual disability.