Flashcards in Exam 1 - Kines text Chapter 1 Deck (30):
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
Info on movement that may come from observation or interview
Identifies numerical information
Study of the principles of mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement
This has individual and unique meanings for each person. What people do to occupy their time
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
Body functions and structures have been addressed by which models using the principles of kinesiology?
Medical or rehabilitative
Which approach in the medical model proposes that if the impairments are corrected or improved, function will also improve?
Which factors are addressed by social models?
Contextual and environmental
Which model looks at disability as a socially or environmentally created problem, where disability created by lack of access or acceptance
Which model attempts to merge medical and social models, incorporating strengths of each model
What are the 3 levels of Human dysfunction?
Impairment, activity limitation, and participation restriction
Individual level or whole person
This domain includes the interrelated skills of motor and praxis, sensory-perceptual, emotional, cognitive, communication, and social
The domain that includes habits, routines, roles and rituals.
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
Domain that shapes the areas of occupation, performance skills, and patterns
Context (internal) and environment (external)
Domain that includes all aspects of the actual activity including objects used
Domain that includes body structures, body functions, and personal belief systems
Anatomy and specific body parts
Physiologic functions of body systems
Principles and standards that an individual considers to be essential to follow in order to lead a good life
True to each person regardless of what another person might say, think or believe
Search for meaning in all that one does, which includes values and beliefs
Another term for motivation
Affected by individual factors, as well as external factors. The drive toward the mastery of a goal
Motivation or volition
Scale of movement
0 (no movement)- 5 (good movement)