Princeton University Library Catalog

Movement science : foundations for physical therapy in rehabilitation / [edited by] Janet Carr, Roberta Shepherd.

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Gaithersburg, Md. : Aspen Publishers, 2000.
Εdition:
2nd ed.
Description:
xiii, 220 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Ch. 1. Assumptions Underlying Physical Therapy Intervention: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives / James Gordon. Historical Development of Neurophysiological Approaches. Common Assumptions Underlying the Neurotherapeutic Approaches. Relationship between Scientific Theory and Clinical Practice. Current Factors Producing a Dynamic for Change. Critical Evaluation of Theoretical Models Underlying Therapeutic Approaches. Comparison of the Facilitation Model and the Motor Control Model. General Considerations. Chapter Update (Second Edition). The Nagi Model of Disablement -- Ch. 2. A Motor Learning Model for Rehabilitation / Janet Carr and Roberta Shepherd. Introduction. Theoretical Framework for Movement Rehabilitation -- Ch. 3. Skill Acquisition: Action, Movement, and Neuromotor Processes / A. M. Gentile. Basic Concepts. Skill. Analysis of Tasks. Skill Acquisition. The Therapist's Role in Facilitating Skill. Final Summary: Facilitation of Skill Acquisition --
  • Ch. 4. Recovery of Function after Brain Damage: Theoretical Implications for Therapeutic Intervention / Jean M. Held. Responses to Central Nervous System Damage. Regeneration in the Central Nervous System. Neuronal Replacement Via Transplantation. Pharmacological Intervention. Factors Affecting Sparing and Recovery of Function. Implications for Therapeutic Intervention.
ISBN:
0834217473
LCCN:
99089080
OCLC:
43051474
Related name:
RCP:
C - S