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< Abstract > This study examined what typically developing preschoolers think about their peers with physical, health, and multiple disabilities in two inclusive public preschool classrooms in the United States. To assess children's identification of disabilities in their peers, each participating child was individually interviewed. Children's preference to play with peers with multiple disabilities were investigated usingdoi:10.20971/kcpmd.2016.59.2.125 fatcat:yyia3jgpprbrvgc66jypcqylza