- Duncan, Edward A. S.
- Hagedorn, Rosemary.
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- Foreword by Rosemary Hagedorn Foreword by Jenny Butler Introduction Section 1 1. Theoretical Foundations for Occupational Therapy: External Influences 2. Theoretical Foundations for Occupational Therapy: Internal Influences 3. Skills and Processes in Occupational Therapy 4. An Introduction to Frames of Reference and Conceptual Models of Practice Section 2 5. The Client-Centred Frame of Reference 6. The Cognitive Behavioural Frame of Reference 7. Frames of Reference an Introduction to the Psychodynamic Approach 8. Assumptions about using a Biomechanical Frame of Reference in Occupational Therapy 9. Theoretical approaches to Motor Control and Cognitive Perceptual Function Section 3 10. The Model of Human Occupation: Embracing the Complexity of Occupation by Integrating Theory into Practice and Practice into Theory 11. Applying the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance 12. Functional Information Processing Model 13. Activities Therapy: A Recapitulation of Ontogenesis 14. Emerging Models An Asian Perspective: The Kawa (River) Model Section 4 15. Occupational Science: Genesis, Evolution and Future Contribution Section 5 16. Clinical Reasoning Glossary Index.
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