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Ryans 4, 6-10++

1001 Intro Test 2 SM

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What are the 3 parts of the personality according to Freud? The Id, Ego, Superego
Erikson's life cycles are based upon what theory? Psychosocial
Piaget's life cycles are based upon what theory? Cognitive
Piaget's theory is based on what belief? That the individual seeks equilibrium between his knowledge & his experiences (what you don't know)
Erikson's theory focused on what? Life crises-not being able to move on until successfully overcoming
Infancy is considered what age: 0-3yrs
Early childhood is considered what age? 3-6 yrs
Middle childhood is considered what age? 6-12
Adolescence is considered what age? 12-21
Early Adulthood is considered what age? 21-30
Middle Adulthood is considered what age? 30-60
Late Adulthood is considered what age? 60+ yrs
According to Erikson, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing Trust vs. mistrust or autonomy vs. shame/doubt Infancy
According to Erikson, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing initiative vs. guilt? Early Childhood
According to Erikson, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing industry vs. inferiority middle childhood
According to Erikson, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing identity vs. identity confustion adolescence
According to Erikson, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing intimacy vs. isolation early adulthood
According to Erikson, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing generativity vs. stagnation middle adulthood
According to Erikson, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing ego integrity vs. despair late adulthood
According to Piaget, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing Sensorimotor Infancy
According to Piaget, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing Preoperational Early childhood
According to Piaget, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing Concrete operational middle childhood
According to Piaget, what Life Cycle stage are you in if you are experiencing Formal operational Adolescence
Cognitive development Progressive changes in thinking, memory, processing, & problem-solving skills
Physical development Growth of the body, brain, & motor skills
Social-Emotional development Changes in how one relates to others/responds to life circumstances that develop over time w/experience. includes temperment as well as identity formation
Activity Analysis Study of a task's subparts & process
Adaptation Modifying a task to make it easier for a person to complete
Grading Viewing an activity on a continuum from simple to complex, typically grading an activity more challenging as a person has gained skill
Therapeutic Potential The degree of likelihoodthat a therapeutic goal can be achieved
Why is Activity Analysis important to OT? It is an examination of the therapeutic characteristics & value of activities that fulfill the patient's many needs, interests, roles, & occupations
What 7 characteristics must an activity possess to be considered purposeful & therapeutic? 1.Goal directed 2.significant to pat.3.pat involved @ some level 4.geared to prevent/maintain 5.reflect pat life task situational involvment 6.relate to pat interest 7. be adaptable & gradable
Andragogy Study of adult education
Pedagogy study of teaching children
Transfer of training ability to take learned skill & transfer it to other life needs
experiential learning learning through life experiences
What are the 3 main types of occcupation necessary to achieve optimal performance/quality of life? ADL, work, leisure
What are the usual factors of mid-adulthood (generativity vs. stagnation) Decline in sensory ablilities (vision) 2.slowed reaction times,strength,coord 3.endurance continues 4.premenapausal 5. up to 40, estab. fam/career 5. more concernced w/giving back to society/spiritual 6.creative abilities increase w/age-many peak now
List the Individual contexts/enviro's CAPT VP'S: 1.Cultural 2.Personal 3.Temporal 4.Virtual 5.Physical 6.Social
List some of Mosley's 15 Teaching-Learning Process Principles: 1.Good Commun 2.Accept Client as is 3.begin @ current level 4.acknowledge culture/enviro 5.encourage active learning 6.opportune trial/error 6.encour pat to set goals 7.move from simple to complex 8. creative problem solving 9. each handle stress diff
List Performance Skills: MESCC-- 1.motor/praxis 2.emotional reg 3.sensory perceptual 4. cognitive 5.communi/social
List Activity Demands: ("Social Objects Sequence Space by Actions, Functions, Structure") 1. Social demands 2.Objects used/properties 3. sequencing/timing 4.Space demands 5.Required Actions 6.Req body Functions 7. req body structures
FOR Biomechanical: anatomy, physiology, kinesiology: body moving= ROMs, strength, endurance, stamina: cardio/resp, grasping/holding
FOR Neuro-developmental (NDT): MAY WORK AGAINST BIOMECHANICAL; Relearn normal movmnt~brain plasticity; stroke/injury;hand over hand;coord;cns injuries
FOR Rehabilitation: System & Learn Theory: Adaptive equip; compensatory tech's, educ, modifi's; WILL use w/other approaches
FOR Behavioral: Reinforce Pos~intermittent (Neg to extinguish); based on psycho~how to change behaviors
FOR Sensory Integration: Neuro Science/developmntl: use w/learning disabled kids, PTSD, anxiety, Psych disorders
FOR Role Acquisition: Social/psych: Basic skills/roles society/culture grps..teens w/asperger's, blind woman having baby, etc
FOR Cognitive Disability: Social/cognitive/behav theory: usually due to beliefs~change belief=change behavior; absolutes=irrational behavior
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation PNF: Neuro/anatomy/kines:Balance between agonist/antagonist; total movement; motor learning patterns
Created by: Shannon Manigault Shannon Manigault on 2012-09-28



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