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Perceptions of the Dynamics of Occupation in Practice With Children

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Joanne Estes
Doris Pierce

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26-10-2007 11:45 AM

End Time

26-10-2007 1:45 PM

Abstract

Occupational science was conceptualized as a basic science, descriptive of occupation, intended to provide occupational therapy with a unique knowledge base (Clark et al, 1991). This approach has been criticized as less than effective in supporting interventions (Kielhofner, 2002; Mosey, 1992). Since it debut, occupational science has grown dramatically and now includes studies of occupation in practice (Clark et al, 1997; Molke, Laliberte-Rudman, & Polatjko, 2004).

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Perceptions of the Dynamics of Occupation in Practice With Children

Occupational science was conceptualized as a basic science, descriptive of occupation, intended to provide occupational therapy with a unique knowledge base (Clark et al, 1991). This approach has been criticized as less than effective in supporting interventions (Kielhofner, 2002; Mosey, 1992). Since it debut, occupational science has grown dramatically and now includes studies of occupation in practice (Clark et al, 1997; Molke, Laliberte-Rudman, & Polatjko, 2004).