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Perspectives on theory for the practice of occupational therapy

Author: Kay F Walker; Ferol Menks Ludwig
Publisher: Austin, Tex. : Pro-Ed, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Perspectives on theory for the practice of occupational therapy.
Austin, Tex. : Pro-Ed, ©2004
(OCoLC)760919445
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kay F Walker; Ferol Menks Ludwig
ISBN: 0890799377 9780890799376
OCLC Number: 52799224
Description: xiii, 530 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: What is theory and why does it matter? / Rosalie J. Miller and Kay Schwartz --
Gail Fidler ; Anne Cronin Mosey / Ferol Menks Ludwig --
Lela A. Llorens / Kay F. Walker and Susan Denegan Shortridge --
A. Jean Ayres / Kay F. Walker --
Mary Reilly / Julia Van Deusen --
Gary Kielhofner / Patricia Scott, Rosalie J. Miller, and Kay F. Walker --
Claudia Allen / Mary V. Donahue --
Occupation-based and occupation-centered perspectives / Ferol Menks Ludwig --
Analysis of the theories / Kay F. Walker.
Responsibility: editors, Kay F. Walker and Ferol Menks Ludwig.
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