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Mallinson, Trudy - - 2010
Poole, Janet - - 2010
OBJECTIVE. We investigated quality of life (QOL) in American Indian women with different chronic diseases.
Takahashi, Kayoko - - 2010
OBJECTIVE. Parkinson's disease affects the ability to express motivation through face, body, and voice; contextual factors may facilitate or inhibit expressive behavior. The purpose of this study was to determine whether qualities of the interview context are associated with client motivational behavior in Parkinson's disease.
Brown, Natalie - - 2010
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of the study was to determine the relationship between sensory processing and context for children with autism. We examined home and school contexts using the Sensory Profile (Dunn, 1999) and the Sensory Profile School Companion (Dunn, 2006a) questionnaires.
Cosbey, Joanna - - 2010
Participation in social aspects of daily life is crucial to children's development. Although disability status Is recognized to affect children's ability to participate in social activities, little is understood about the impact of sensory processing disorders (SPD) on children's social participation. We examined the social participation patterns of 2 groups ...
Gal, Eynat - - 2010
OBJECTIVE. Stereotyped movements (SM) are a defining characteristic of autism but are also present in children with a range of sensory and developmental disorders. We examined whether the severity of sensory processing disorders (SPD) was associated with the severity of SM and whether SPD accounted for between-group differences in SM.
Su, Chia-Ting - - 2010
OBJECTIVE. To compare stance control between children with sensory modulation disorder (SMD) and typically developing children in various visual and somatosensory conditions.
Koenig, Kristie - - 2010
A systematic review of the literature related to performance difficulties for children and adolescents with difficulty processing and integrating sensory information was completed as part of the Evidence-Based Literature Review Project of the American Occupational Therapy Association. The review focused on functional performance difficulties that these children may exhibit in ...
Polatajko, Helene - - 2010
This literature review was completed as part of the Evidence-Based Literature Review Project of the American Occupational Therapy Association to explore the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions with children and adolescents experiencing difficulty processing and integrating sensory information. This part of the review focused on interventions other than the sensory ...
May-Benson, Teresa - - 2010
Twenty-seven studies were systematically reviewed to Identify, evaluate, and synthesize the research literature on the effectiveness of sensory integration (SI) intervention on the ability of children with difficulty processing and integrating sensory information to engage in desired occupations and to apply these findings to occupational therapy practice. Results suggest the ...
Davies, Patricia - - 2010
We investigated the evidence for subtypes in children with difficulty processing and integrating sensory information. Fifty-seven articles were incorporated into a systematic literature review; only 4 articles provided direct evidence for subtypes. These studies did not provide a comprehensive assessment of all sensory functions and sensory-based motor functions (i.e., praxis) ...
Lane, Shelly - - 2010
When Ayres first presented the theory of sensory integration (SI), she grounded it in the neuroscience literature. Neuroplasticity was then, and is today, considered to be at the heart of this theory. This evidence-based review sought to critically examine the basic science literature to specifically identify evidence for the assumptions ...
Arbesman, Marian - - 2010
Systematic reviews of literature relevant to children and adolescents with difficulty processing and integrating sensory information are important to the practice of occupational therapy in this area. This article explains the five questions that were developed and served as the focus for these reviews: neuronal plasticity, subtyping, sensory integration and ...
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Tristram, Peter - - 2010
Butcher, Derek - - 2010
Thurrott, Jay - - 2010
Sharpe, Wendy - - 2010
Takolander, Maria - - 2010
Cerne, Helen - - 2010
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