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A case study of a five-year-old child with pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified using sound-based interventions.
The aim of this study was to determine the efficacy of The Listening Program (TLP) in treating a child with pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS). Using a single-subjectExpand
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The effectiveness of auditory stimulation in children with autism spectrum disorders: A case–control study
Background/Aim: The Listening Program (TLP) is a sound-based intervention that claims to treat the behavioural challenges of children diagnosed on the autism spectrum with sensory processingExpand
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Improving sleep quality using weighted blankets among young children with an autism spectrum disorder
Background/Aims: Sleep and rest disturbances in children with an autism spectrum disorder and sensory over-responsivity are challenging issues to address. These are important self-care challengesExpand
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Cranial and Postcranial Anatomy of Cacops Morrisi, a Eucacopine Dissorophid from the Early Permian of Oklahoma
ABSTRACT The armored dissorophid Cacops morrisi is one of many anamniote taxa preserved at the speciose early Permian karst deposit near Richards Spur, Oklahoma. The taxon was previously known onlyExpand
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Efficacy of Weighted Blankets for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Overresponsivity, and Sleep Disturbance
Date Presented 3/31/2017Weighted blankets are commonly used by occupational therapists for children with autism spectrum disorder and sensory processing difficulties. The findings of this case seriesExpand
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Dissorophid diversity at the early Permian cave system near Richards Spur, Oklahoma, USA
The early Permian karst deposits near Richards Spur, Oklahoma, preserve a diverse assemblage of terrestrial dissorophoid temnospondyls in an upland environment. The dissorophids, an armoredExpand
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Paediatric occupational therapists' use of sound-based interventions: a survey study.
Sound-based interventions (SBIs) involve listening to psychoacoustically modified music as a means for promoting new neural pathways in individuals with neurological dysfunction. Multiple forms ofExpand
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Use of Religious Observance as a Meaningful Occupation in Occupational Therapy
Background: Research shows that religious and spiritual beliefs influence a person’s health and quality of life. Studies have found that religious people are healthier and require less access toExpand
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A qualitative research synthesis of positive subjective experiences in occupation from the Journal of Occupational Science (1993–2010)
ABSTRACT Meaning in occupation is an essential concept for occupational science because its presence is thought to foster human development, health, and well-being. We explored this concept usingExpand
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Postcrania of large dissorophid temnospondyls from Richards Spur, Oklahoma
Abstract. The early Permian karst system near Richards Spur, Oklahoma preserves a diverse assemblage of terrestrial dissorophoid temnospondyls. Here we report the presence of a large-bodiedExpand
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