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Cowles, Elizabeth - - 2011
Flannery, Maura - - 2011
Calver, Michael - - 2011
Collections of 50-100 postage stamps illustrating many organisms or biomedical topics are available widely and cheaply. They are valuable stimulus material for exercises as diverse as observing and describing, studying biological classification, substituting for collecting and preserving real specimens, describing health education campaigns, and introducing ethical topics such as scientific ...
Ward, Daniel - - 2011
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Trota, Michi - - 2011
Josman, Naomi - - 2011
OBJECTIVES. Our objectives were (1) to compare the differential effects of cultural and sociodemographic variables on the cognitive performance of Israeli and Palestinian children, (2) to examine validity of the Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment (LOTCA) for kindergarten children, and (3) to determine the feasibility of using the LOTCA as ...
Bendixen, Roxanna - - 2011
We conducted a systematic review focusing on articles in the occupational therapy practice category of Children and Youth published in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy over the 2-yr period of 2009-2010. We used the frameworks of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) and Positive Youth Development ...
Brown, Ted - - 2011
Journal quality metrics (also referred to as bibliometrics), such as Impact factors, are Increasingly being used as a measure of researchers' and educators' success and prestige. Occupational therapists who submit articles to peer-reviewed journals may face a professional and research dilemma: Do they submit their articles to journals that largely ...
Bauerschmidt, Bree - - 2011
The history of articles in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy and its predecessors reflects trends and changes in professional terminology and the thoughts underlying that terminology. In this study, we investigate use of occupation, activity, and related terms across 9 decades of occupational therapy literature from the 1920s to ...
Peralta-Catipon, Terry - - 2011
We explored personal factors that can predict health-related lifestyles of community-dwelling older adults. A convenience sample of 253 older adults was recruited to complete the Health Enhancement Lifestyle Profile (HELP), a comprehensive measure of health-promoting behaviors. Data were analyzed through univariate correlational/comparative statistics followed by stepwise multiple regression analysis to ...
Kinnealey, Moya - - 2011
OBJECTIVE. We explored the relationships between sensory modulation and health-related quality of life (HRQOL), social supports, and mental health symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Odes, Hodayah - - 2011
OBJECTIVE. We retrospectively assessed the effect of social-, cognitive-, and task-oriented functioning levels at hospital discharge on the readmission rate of patients with schizophrenia.
Foster, Erin - - 2011
OBJECTIVE. We investigated participation levels and relationships among cognition, depression, and participation for people with severe congestive heart failure (CHF).
Lysack, Cathy - - 2011
PURPOSE. We tested the effectiveness of an educational intervention in DVD format aimed at strengthening the mental health practices of occupational therapists working with older adults.
Katz, Noomi - - 2011
OBJECTIVE. The effectiveness of Occupational Goal Intervention (OGI) In clients with schizophrenia was compared with that of the Frontal Executive Program and a control group.
Helfrich, Christine - - 2011
OBJECTIVE. We investigated the effectiveness of a life skills Intervention for people with mental Illness who have been homeless.
Edgelow, Megan - - 2011
OBJECTIVE. We assessed the efficacy and clinical utility of a new occupational time-use intervention, Action Over Inertia, designed to improve occupational balance and engagement among community-dwelling people with serious mental illness.
Bullock, Alison - - 2011
Activity-based group work is widely used by occupational therapists in mental health settings (Lloyd, King, & Bassett, 2002), but the evidence to support this intervention is unclear. We therefore conducted a systematic review focused on the question, "Is activity-based group work effective in helping people with severe and enduring mental ...
Gibson, Robert - - 2011
This systematic review investigated research literature evaluating the effectiveness of occupational therapy Interventions focusing on recovery in the areas of community integration and normative life roles for people with serious mental illness. The review included occupation- and activity-based interventions and interventions addressing performance skills and performance patterns, aspects of context ...
Arbesman, Marian - - 2011
In this systematic review, we investigated research literature evaluating the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions focusing on participation and performance in occupations related to paid and unpaid employment and education for people with serious mental illness. The review included occupation- and activity-based interventions and interventions addressing performance skills, aspects of ...
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