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Concepts FINAL

concepts of occupation final exam

Where do theories come from? (p.483 W&S) response to observation or experience that can not be explained with existing knowledge
tacit reasoning knowledge through experience; hard to explain in words
explicit propositions clear desired changes for clients (after est. tacit reasoning of issue, i.e. this muscle doesn't seem right)
Theories are on a continuum and vary in specificity
broad theories plausible or scientifically acceptable general principle or body of principles offered to explain phenomena
broad theories serve to help explain a large set of findings
ecological theory person-environment interaction
what do broad theories not provide that is vital to practice how to intervene to enable change!!
discrete theories (p.483 W&S) hypothesis assumed for the sake of argument or investigation
Created by: samanthaprt