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Cock, Jacklyn - - 2010
Reeves, Randall - - 2010
The 19th century commercial ship-based fishery for gray whales, Eschrichtius robustus, in the eastern North Pacific began in 1846 and continued until the mid 1870's in southern areas and the 1880's in the north. Henderson identified three periods in the southern part of the fishery: Initial, 1846-1854; Bonanza, 1855-1865; and ...
Reeves, Randall - - 2010
Shore whaling along North America's California and Baja California coasts during 1854-99 was ancillary to the offshore and alongshore American whale fishery, which had begun in the North Pacific in the early 1800's and was flourishing by the 1840's. From its inception at Monterey, Calif., in the mid 1850's, the ...
Shores, Kindal - - 2010
Sutherland, Sue - - 2010
The purpose of this ethnographic case study was to understand the impact of participation in an inclusive 3-day rock climbing trip on the group dynamics of seven participants ages 10-14 years that included a 13 year old male diagnosed with High Functioning Autism. The five stage model of group development ...
Norling, J.C. - - 2010
The primary aim of this study was to examine the effects of running intensity level and physical activity level on the recovery of attentional fatigue while controlling for duration, environment, and activity type in a sample of recreational runners. Attention Restoration Theory served as the theoretical frame for the study. ...
Godbey, Geoffrey - - 2010
This article assesses the status of hierarchical leisure constraints theory (Crawford & Godbey, 1987; Crawford, Jackson, & Godbey, 1991) regarding many issues. Such issues include clarification and elaboration of some aspects of the original model, a review of studies which have used or examined the model and the extent to ...
Svarstad, Hanne - - 2010
Hiking is a popular leisure activity among people in many industrialised countries. In the case of Norway, a large part of the population goes hiking through forests, mountains and cultural landscapes. What meaning do these hikers attach to their activity? An analysis has been made of letters received from 84 ...
Li, Xiang - - 2010
This paper attempts to revisit the commitment-loyalty relationship by conceptually and empirically examining the differences (and similarities) between the two constructs. A review of the extant literature suggests that the key issue regarding this relationship is whether we can equate commitment with the attitudinal dimension of loyalty. In a cruise ...
Walker, Gordon - - 2010
Thirty-one Chinese/Canadians completed a questionnaire that measured their self-construals and then responded to alarms programmed to ring randomly once every 2 hours, 7 times a day, for 12 days. Each time an alarm rang participants reported what activity they were doing; their motivation for, competence in, and autonomy during, the ...
Budruk, Megha - - 2010
Cross-language (or cross-cultural) comparisons of theoretical constructs are of growing interest in leisure studies. In order for such comparisons to be meaningful, constructs are required to exhibit adequate measurement equivalence across languages. This study utilizes multigroup confirmatory factor analysis to examine measurement equivalence of an English and non-English version of ...
Nimrod, Galit - - 2010
Building on the innovation theory of successful aging (Nimrod & Kleiber, 2007), this paper explores the place and value of innovation in leisure activities among older adults living with chronic health conditions. The study utilized in-depth semi-structured interviews with 17 older adults with chronic health conditions, and examined the patterns, ...
Christodoulou, Irene - - 2010
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Caenazzo, Luciana - - 2010
Nowadays, the frequency of children identified as being biologically fathered by someone other than the man who believes he is the father is such that, in the field of genetic counselling, it is likely to encounter cases of false paternity. The false paternity information, neither requested nor expected by the ...
Kantorovich, Vitaly - - 2010
Acute suppurative thyroiditis (AST) and thyroid abscess are rare. While in younger individuals infection usually spreads locally through the pyriform sinus, older adults are more susceptible to hematogenous seeding of the thyroid gland. Here, we describe a case of AST with thyrotoxicosis, where the clinical course deteriorated rapidly due to ...
Christodoulou, Irene - - 2010
Christodoulou, Irene - - 2010
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Jack, Jada - - 2010
The investment of time and self to develop therapeutic relationships with clients appears incongruent with today's time-constrained health care system, yet bridging the gap of these incongruencies is the challenge therapists face to provide high-quality, client-centered, occupation-based treatment. This case report illustrates a shift in approach from biomechanical to occupational ...
Hermann, Valerie - - 2010
OBJECTIVE. We examined the efficacy of a remotely based arm rehabilitation regimen. A 62-year-old man participated in occupation-based, task-specific practice of activities of daily living (ADLs) >3 years after stroke. The entire regimen was administered over the Internet using personal computer-based cameras and free network meeting software.
McClure, Marjorie - - 2010
Evidence-based exercise and relaxation recommendations for people with breast cancer-related lymphedema (BCRL) are needed. We report a randomized controlled study of one program, designed to achieve synergistic improvements in physical and emotional BCRL symptoms. People in the treatment group received an exercise and relaxation program, The Breast Cancer Recovery Program ...
Josman, Naomi - - 2010
BACKGROUND. The Do-Eat was developed to evaluate daily task performance abilities among children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). This study investigated the tool's reliability and validity.
Duff, Sharon - - 2010
OBJECTIVES. To determine the reliability and aspects of validity of the Evaluation Tool of Children's Handwriting-Cursive (ETCH-C; Amundson, 1995), using the general scoring criteria, when assessing children who use alternative writing scripts.
Mackay, Nadine - - 2010
OBJECTIVE. We determined the feasibility and outcomes of the Log Handwriting Program (Raynal, 1990), an 8-week training program based on task-specific practice of handwriting.
Watson, Anne - - 2010
The Individuals With Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) requires assistive technology (AT) be considered at the yearly individualized education program (IEP) meeting of every student in special education. IDEA also directs that AT be implemented on the basis of peer-reviewed literature despite a paucity of research on AT's ...
Giles, Gordon - - 2010
I describe the findings of one of the largest randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury (TBI) ever conducted, examine the theoretical relationship between cognitive and functional rehabilitation after TBI, and describe the historical preference for cognitive (top-down) rather than functional (bottomup) interventions. I also contrast the ...
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