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Model of Human Occupation : Theory and Application

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ISBN-10: 0683046012

ISBN-13: 9780683046014

Edition: 2nd 1995 (Revised)

Authors: Gary Kielhofner

List price: $52.95
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Presenting the new edition of the text that delivers the most widely-used and developed conceptual model in occupational therapy. Beautifully redesigned and fully revised, the Third Edition of A Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) delivers the latest in human occupation research and application to practice. New to this edition: a reader-friendly format with second color and additional illustrations and anecdotes; more case examples for integrating the model into practice; a discussion of the therapy process and how change occurs; language linked to UT and ICIDH-2 terminology; a research chapter; and numerous research references highlighting the growing body of evidence supporting MOHO.
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Book details

List price: $52.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Acknowledgmentsp. vii
Contributorsp. ix
Introduction to the Model of Human Occupationp. 1
Theoretical Argumentsp. 11
Motives, Patterns, and Performance of Occupation: Basic Conceptsp. 13
Dynamics of Human Occupationp. 28
Volitionp. 44
Habituation: Patterns of Daily Occupationp. 63
Performance Capacity and the Lived Bodyp. 81
The Environment and Occupationp. 99
Dimensions of Doingp. 114
Crafting Occupational Lifep. 124
Doing and Becoming: Occupational Change and Developmentp. 145
Client-Centered Approaches to Applying MOHO in Therapyp. 159
Thinking With Theory: A Framework for Therapeutic Reasoningp. 162
Gathering Client Informationp. 179
Observational Assessmentsp. 191
Self-Report Assessmentsp. 213
Talking With Clients: Assessments That Collect Information Through Interviewsp. 237
Assessments Combining Methods of Information Gatheringp. 263
How to Know the Client Best: Choosing and Using Structured Assessments and Unstructured Means of Gathering Informationp. 280
The Process of Change in Therapyp. 296
Therapeutic Strategies for Enabling Changep. 309
Putting Theory into Practicep. 325
Section II Master Tablep. 346
Case Illustrationsp. 357
Recrafting Occupational Narrativesp. 359
Applying MOHO to Clients Who Are Cognitively Impairedp. 381
Facilitating Participation Through Community-Based Interventionsp. 404
Enabling Clients to Reconstruct Their Occupational Lives in Long-Term Rehabilitationp. 429
Use of MOHO to Complement Other Models of Practicep. 462
Program Development, Research, and Further Resourcesp. 489
Program Developmentp. 491
Research: Investigating MOHOp. 520
MOHO Bibliographyp. 547
A Guide to the MOHO Web Sitep. 556
Indexp. 557
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