Occupational Therapy 122 Exam 1

HideShow resource information
Occupation - WFOT
Occupations include things people need to, want to, or are expected to do
1 of 25
Occupation is a strong enabler of knowing one's self
Hasselkus
2 of 25
Occupation - Pierce
Occupations are not repeatable; they are are unique as snowflakes
3 of 25
The Role of an OT - Mart Reilly
Man, through the use of his hands, as they are energized by mind and will, can influence the state of his health and well-being
4 of 25
[Occupation is a] Natural human phenomena, usually taken for granted because it forms the fabric of everyday life
Cynkin & Robinson
5 of 25
Occupation as a complex phenomenon - Ivanson & Mullersdy
[Occupation is a] Basic human need that gives meaning to life
6 of 25
Activity and occupation - Hagedorn
Some activities are occupations but not all occupations are activities
7 of 25
Occupations may be categorized but a single occupation may exist in more than one category for the same person
Creek
8 of 25
...most humans engage in occupations most of the time under most circumstances
Christiansen & Townsend
9 of 25
Doing is so important in people's lives that it is impossible to envisage them without it
Wilcock
10 of 25
True passion and doing what is important to us does not require us to destroy ourselves in the process
Schael, 1990 in Wilcock, 2006
11 of 25
Being is the quality, state of existence, or the qualities that constitute living
Wilcock
12 of 25
Being is the contemplation and enjoyment of inner life
Maslow
13 of 25
People need to discover our essential biologically based inner nature, so easily overcome by habit, cultural pressure and wrong attitudes
Maslow, 1968 in Wilcock, 2006
14 of 25
When we set up abstract external standards and try to force ourselves to meet them, we destroy ourselves
Schaef 1990 in Wilcock, 2006
15 of 25
Becoming...as coming to be
Landau 1984 in Wilcock 20066
16 of 25
Becoming holds the notions of potential and growth, of transformation and self-actualization
Wilcock
17 of 25
Occupation is a function of the individual performing within a specific context
Schell, Gillen, Scheaf, Colin, 2014
18 of 25
Occupation is what we are doing now, what we have done and what we will do as time flows on
Christiansen & Townsend
19 of 25
Meaning is individually constructed and interpreted and is central to human existence
Schell, Gillen, Scheaf, Colin, 2014
20 of 25
Becoming through doing and being is part of daily life for all people on earth
Wilcock
21 of 25
Motivation is why people are interested in a certain activity and not in another
Christiansen and Wilcock
22 of 25
Values are...principles, standards or qualities considered worthwhile
Schell, Gillen, Scheaf, Colin, 2014
23 of 25
Beliefs are cognitive content held as true
Schell, Gillen, Scheaf, Colin, 2014
24 of 25
Being produces stillness and cessation of muscular activity
Maslow
25 of 25

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Hasselkus

Back

Occupation is a strong enabler of knowing one's self

Card 3

Front

Occupations are not repeatable; they are are unique as snowflakes

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Man, through the use of his hands, as they are energized by mind and will, can influence the state of his health and well-being

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Cynkin & Robinson

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Other resources:

See all Other resources »See all Occupational Therapy Theories resources »