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Understanding the nature of sensory integration with diverse populations / ed. Susanne Smith Roley, Erna Imperatore Blanche, Roseann C. Schaaf

Secondary Author: Roley, Susanne Smith
Schaaf, Roseanne C.
Blanche, Erna Imperatore
Publication: Texas : Pro-Ed, 2001 Description: XXIII, 433 p.ISBN: 978-141640332-6Topical name: Integração sensorial | Integração sensorial | Terapia ocupacional - Crianças | Distúrbios do desenvolvimento | Autismo | Déficite de atenção | Hiperactividade | Cegueira | Paralisia cerebral | Integração sensorial CDU: 615.851.3*IS List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Foreword, p. xv
Preface, p. xix
Acknowledgments, p. xxiii
Part I. Theoretical Foundations
1. Sensory Integration Revisited: A Philosophy of Practice, p. 3
2. Neuroplasticity and the Environment: Implication for Sensory Integration, p. 29
3. Developmental Neuroplasticity: A Foundation for Sensory Integration, p. 43
4. An Ecological Model of Sensory Modulation: Performance of Children With Fragile X Syndrome, Autistic Disorder, Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder, and Sensory Modulation Dysfunction, p. 57
5. From Neuron to Behavior: Regulation, Arousal, and Attention as Important Substrates for the Process of Sensory Integration, p. 89
6. Proprioception: A Cornerstone of sensory Integrative Intervention, p. 109
7. The Evolution of the Concept of Praxis in Sensory Integration, p. 125
8. Praxis, Motor Planning, and Motor Learning, p. 133
9. A Theoretical Model of Ideation in Praxis, p. 163
10. Praxis and Organization of Behavior in Time and Space, p. 183
Part II. Clinical Applications
11. Clinical Reasoning and the Use of Narrative in Sensory Integration Assessment and Intervention , p. 203
12. Assessment of Sensory Integration and Praxis, p. 215
13. Clinical Applications in Sensory Modulation Dysfunction: Assessment
and Intervention Considerations, p. 247
14. Sensory Integration With High-Risk Infants and Young Children, p. 275
15. Sensory Integration and Visual Deficits, Including Blindness, p. 313
16. Sensory Integration and the Child with Cerebral Palsy, p. 345
17. Sensory Integrative Principles in Intervention with Children with Autistic Disorder, p. 365
18. The Effects of Deprivation on Processing, Play, and Praxis, p. 385
19. Sensory Integration and Fragile X Syndrome, p. 409
20. Transformative Occupations and Long – Range Adaptive Responses, p. 421
References, p. 431
Additional Readings, p. 433

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