A Model of Human Occupation: Theory and Application
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 576 pages
Presenting the new edition of the text that delivers the most widely-used and developed conceptual model in occupational therapy. Beautifully redesigned and fully revised, the Third Edition of A Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) delivers the latest in human occupation research and application to practice. This authoritative text explores what motivates individuals, how they select occupations and establish everyday routines, how environment influences occupational behavior, and more. New to this edition: a reader-friendly format with second color and additional illustrations and anecdotes; more case examples for integrating the model into practice; a discussion of the therapy process and how change occurs; language linked to UT and ICIDH-2 terminology; a research chapter; and numerous research references highlighting the growing body of evidence supporting MOHO. To access the MOHO Clearinghouse on the web, click here.
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