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O.T. practitioners use information from these areas of study and apply this info to individuals and their unique situations to effect change

Anatomy, physiology, physics, calculus, and biomechanics

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Info on movement that may come from observation or interview

Qualitative

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Identifies numerical information

Quantitative

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Study of the principles of mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement

Kinesiology

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This has individual and unique meanings for each person. What people do to occupy their time

Occupation

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Which domains play an important role in what we engage in and how we perform the occupations of our choosing?

Sociological, cultural, emotional, and psychological

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Body functions and structures have been addressed by which models using the principles of kinesiology?

Medical or rehabilitative

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Which approach in the medical model proposes that if the impairments are corrected or improved, function will also improve?

Reductionistic

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Which factors are addressed by social models?

Contextual and environmental

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Which model looks at disability as a socially or environmentally created problem, where disability created by lack of access or acceptance

Social model

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Which model attempts to merge medical and social models, incorporating strengths of each model

Biopsychosocial

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What are the 3 levels of Human dysfunction?

Impairment, activity limitation, and participation restriction

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Impairment

Body part

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Activity limitation

Individual level or whole person

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Participation restriction

Societal level

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This domain includes the interrelated skills of motor and praxis, sensory-perceptual, emotional, cognitive, communication, and social

Performance skills

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The domain that includes habits, routines, roles and rituals.

Performance patterns

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To become habits, routines, roles and rituals, performance patterns include

Frequency, consistency, and sequencing and whether the behaviors are automatic set by culture or values or provide structure for daily life

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Domain that shapes the areas of occupation, performance skills, and patterns

Context (internal) and environment (external)

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Domain that includes all aspects of the actual activity including objects used

Activity demands

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Domain that includes body structures, body functions, and personal belief systems

Client factors

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Anatomy and specific body parts

Body structures

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Physiologic functions of body systems

Body functionss.

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Principles and standards that an individual considers to be essential to follow in order to lead a good life

Values

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True to each person regardless of what another person might say, think or believe

Beliefs

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Search for meaning in all that one does, which includes values and beliefs

Spirituality

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Another term for motivation

Volition

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Affected by individual factors, as well as external factors. The drive toward the mastery of a goal

Motivation or volition

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Scale of movement

0 (no movement)- 5 (good movement)

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3 levels of Human function

Body part level, individual level, societal level