Human Development and Performance Throughout the Lifespan / Edition 1

Human Development and Performance Throughout the Lifespan / Edition 1

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by Anne Cronin, MaryBeth Mandich, Mary Beth Mandich, Mary Beth Mandich
     
 

To reflect the revolutionary shift in views of human function and disability since the 1960s, Cronin (occupational therapy, West Virginia U., Morgantown) and Mandich (physical therapy, West Virginia U.) offer a text integrating information from disciplines relevant to students in rehabilitation specialties. After introducing international classification systems for… See more details below

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To reflect the revolutionary shift in views of human function and disability since the 1960s, Cronin (occupational therapy, West Virginia U., Morgantown) and Mandich (physical therapy, West Virginia U.) offer a text integrating information from disciplines relevant to students in rehabilitation specialties. After introducing international classification systems for functioning and disability, theoretical models, and clinical frames of reference, contributors address developmental, cultural, communication, family, environmental, and public health policy contexts of normative and impaired functioning. Chapters include case studies. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780766842601
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
08/27/2004
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Prefacexi
Contributing Authorsxv
Contributors: Case Studies and "Speaking of ..."xvii
Part 1Human Performance
Chapter 1Human Performance, Function, and Disablement
Introduction4
International Classification of Functioning and Disability (ICF)4
Domains of Human Performance5
Human Development6
Domains of Human Function8
Models of Function and Disability9
Clinical Frames of Reference12
Summary13
Chapter 2Theoretical Framework for Human Performance
Introduction16
Classification of Theory16
Affective Domain17
Cognitive Domain22
Psychomotor Domain28
Continuous Multi-Domain: Behaviorism31
Summary34
Chapter 3Mental Functions and Learning across the Lifespan
Introduction38
Specific Mental Functions39
Global Mental Functions43
Learning47
Motor Learning49
Social Learning50
Summary51
Chapter 4Culture and Development
Introduction56
Definition of Terms56
Cultural Influence on Development61
Contrasting Cultural Characteristics62
Poverty and Development66
Summary68
Chapter 5Lifespan Communication
Introduction72
Communication72
Speech72
Voice73
Language73
Theories of Language Development75
Prelinguistic Development77
Language Development79
Communication Disorders81
Language Impairment82
Summary84
Part 2Lifestage Characteristics
Chapter 6Prenatal Development
Introduction92
Overview92
Prenatal Classification Systems93
Embryonic Development100
Fetal Development106
Summary110
Chapter 7The Newborn
Introduction115
The Term Infant115
Environmental and Family Issues129
Gender and Cultural Issues130
The At-Risk Infant130
The Preterm Infant132
Summary135
Chapter 8Infancy
Introduction140
Physiologic Change and Growth over the 1st Year140
The 1st Year of Life: An Overview141
Early Infancy: Birth to 3 Months--An Overview143
Middle Infancy: 4-6 Months--An Overview147
Late Infancy: 7-9 Months--An Overview152
Infancy Transition: 10-12 Months--An Overview155
Importance of Developmental Sequence159
Summary160
Chapter 9Family and Disability Issues through Infancy
Introduction165
Family Systems165
Family Life Cycle Theory169
Parent/Caregiver-and-Child Relationships170
Families at Risk172
Families and the "Less Than Perfect" Newborn173
Summary174
Chapter 10Development in the Preschool Years
Introduction177
Body Structures and Functions: Motor Characteristics178
Sensory Characteristics183
Development of Self-Care Skills186
School-Readiness Skills187
Asynchronous Development193
Summary194
Chapter 11Middle Childhood and School
Introduction199
Body Functions and Structures199
Sensory Characteristics201
Activities and Participation203
School Function205
Play and Playfulness209
Summary212
Chapter 12Adolescent Development
Defining the Period of "Adolescence"216
Developmental Challenges217
Adolescent Physical Development217
Adolescent Cognitive Development222
Adolescent Psychological and Social Domains of Development223
Contexts for Adolescent Development226
Major Areas of Occupation227
Play and Leisure231
Vocational and Career Development232
Paid Work by Younger Adolescents233
Paid Work by Older Adolescents233
Volunteer Work234
Social Participation by Younger Adolescents234
Summary239
Chapter 13Family and Disablement Issues Throughout Childhood
Developmental Differences and the Family247
Family Responses to Diagnosis of Developmental Disability248
Common Developmental Disabilities249
Theory of Transformed Parenting251
Family Health and Well-Being252
Parent-to-Parent Support255
Health-Care Providers256
Early Intervention257
Special Education257
Social Participation258
Summary259
Chapter 14Transitions to Adult Life
Introduction264
The Challenge of Defining the Transition to Adulthood264
Physical Development and Health265
Self-Care in the Transition Years268
Cultural Differences versus Individual Differences268
Theoretical Perspectives on Transition to Adulthood269
Cognitive Development and Role of Executive Cognitive Functions270
The Leaving-Home Transition271
Issues of Intimacy During Transition to Adulthood275
Summary279
Chapter 15Adulthood
Introduction285
Physiologic Changes in Adulthood285
Middle Adulthood288
Occupational Performance in Adulthood292
Work and Productivity292
Play and Leisure293
Self-Care294
Environmental Contexts298
Summary300
Chapter 16Aging
Introduction307
Successful Aging309
Physiologic Characteristics of Aging309
Cognitive Characteristics of Aging317
Psychosocial Changes Associated with Aging320
Family Life and Social Support Networks320
Areas of Occupation322
Summary324
Chapter 17Family and Disablement in Adulthood
The Experience of Illness and Disease in Adulthood333
The Disablement Process in Adulthood334
Living with a Disabled Family Member336
Family Caregivers338
Areas of Occupation339
The World of Work: Issues for Persons with Disabilities340
Self-Advocacy: An Empowerment Tool342
Summary342
Part 3Special Topics in Human Performance
Chapter 18Environmental Contexts
Introduction349
Physical Environment349
Natural Environment and Human-Made Changes to Environment352
Support and Relationships354
Attitudes355
Services, Systems, and Policies356
Summary358
Chapter 19Wellness and Health Promotion
Introduction361
ICF Model for Health and Wellness361
Healthy People 2010361
Physical Activity362
Overweight and Obesity364
Smoking and Tobacco Product Use365
Substance Abuse366
Responsible Sexual Behavior367
Mental Health and Emotional Issues367
Injury and Violence368
Immunization370
Environmental Quality371
Health-Care Access Issues371
Summary372
Chapter 20Public Policy and Health Care
Introduction378
The Making of Public Policy378
Public Policy and Disability379
Medicare379
Medicaid381
Rehabilitation Act382
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)382
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)384
Summary387
Chapter 21Assessment of Human Performance across the Lifespan
Introduction391
Purpose of Collecting Information392
Definitions392
Planning Information-Gathering Strategies393
Measurement Instruments396
Neuromotor Status397
Age-Related Motor Performance398
Age-Related Sensory Processing399
Functional Skills400
Play and Leisure401
Individualized Program Planning402
Summary403
Glossary410
Index435

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