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How do status beliefs develop ? The role of resources and interactional experience*
Status construction theory argues that interaction between people with unequal structural advantages is crucial in the development and spread of status value beliefs about people's distinguishingExpand
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Management of Upper Limb Hypertonicity
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The structure of novice and expert occupational therapists' clinical reasoning before and after exposure to a domain-specific protocol.
BACKGROUND/AIM The research aimed to determine the influence of a protocol designed for use in the domain of upper limb hypertonia due to brain injury on novice and expert occupational therapyExpand
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A Structural Social Psychological View of Gender Differences in Cooperation
We analyze differences in cooperation between men and women in social dilemma settings. Using a structural social psychological framework, we examine how the actor, the encounter, the microstructure,Expand
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Upper Limb Rehabilitation following Brain Injury: Complex, Multifaceted and Challenging
Neurological upper limb rehabilitation is influenced by a diverse range of factors within the practice environment. Clinical reasoning is the means by which occupational therapists make sense of suchExpand
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Formal and Informal Network Coupling and its Relationship to Workplace Attachment
This study examines how the overlap between informal and formal networks in the workplace is related to the degree of attachment for individuals in work organizations. Two types of informal networks,Expand
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Factors Influencing Occupational Therapists' Clinical Decision Making for Clients with Upper Limb Performance Dysfunction following Brain Injury
Occupational therapists make clinical decisions to help clients with upper limb performance dysfunction following brain injury to achieve their goals. Although occupational therapy services haveExpand
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This paper presents a descriptive classification framework developed in a training workshop conducted with a community based rehabilitation (CBR) service, in Roi-Et (Northeast Thailand) in June 2002.Expand
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Do clients with acquired brain injury use the splints prescribed by occupational therapists? A descriptive study.
Clients with acquired brain injury often demonstrate hypertonicity and decreased function in their upper limbs, requiring appropriate intervention. Splinting is one of the intervention methods thatExpand
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Are explanatory randomized controlled trials feasible in rehabilitation
Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) investigate causal relationships and are considered to provide the best evidence of intervention efficacy in health care (Roland and Torgerson, 1998). To ensureExpand
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