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Editorial  |   November 2010
State of the Journal, 2010
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Evidence-Based Practice / Rehabilitation, Participation, and Disability / From the Desk of the Editor
Editorial   |   November 2010
State of the Journal, 2010
American Journal of Occupational Therapy, November/December 2010, Vol. 64, 832-840. doi:10.5014/ajot.2010.064601
American Journal of Occupational Therapy, November/December 2010, Vol. 64, 832-840. doi:10.5014/ajot.2010.064601
In March 2010, the American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT) transitioned to online submission and publication, marking a new stage in the journal’s evolution characterized by greater accessibility and heightened recognition. Although launching AJOT into the virtual world and the Information Age offers far-reaching opportunities for growth and advancement, the profession must continue to strengthen the quality and utility of its literature to meet higher standards. In this editorial, I highlight some of the journal’s achievements in the past year and outline steps needed to promote the profession’s continued growth.
Sharon A. Gutman, PhD, OTR
Sharon A. Gutman, PhD, OTR
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Manuscript submissions have continued to climb over the past several years, reaching 239 in 2009 (for publication in the 2010 volume). With online submission and publication, submissions are predicted to continue to increase. Of the 239 manuscripts submitted in 2009, 74 (30.96%) were accepted, 157 (65.69%) were rejected, and 8 (3.35%) are still pending. The average number of days from submission to acceptance was 90.8. The total number of articles published in 2010 was 92, of which 82 were research studies.
Breakdown of 2010 Research Articles
A continued goal of the journal has been to increase the number of intervention effectiveness studies published. Of the 82 research studies published in 2010, 25 (30.48%) were categorized as effectiveness studies; 23 (28.05%), as instrument development and testing studies; 17 (20.73%), as basic research studies (describing clinical phenomena); and 10 (12.19%), as efficiency studies (addressing matters such as patient satisfaction and adherence, cost and time efficiency, and safety). Four (4.88%) addressed the link between occupation, participation, and health, and 3 (3.67%) addressed topical or professional issues (Figure 1). Considered as a group, the 2010 AJOT articles represent a more balanced presentation of the profession’s most important research agendas—examining the effects of intervention; establishing the psychometric properties of occupational therapy instruments; examining client satisfaction, adherence, and intervention cost and time efficiency; and exploring the characteristics of unique clinical phenomena (such as sensory modulation and processing disorders and the impact of aging on driving safety).
Figure 1.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by research category.
Figure 1.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by research category.
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Levels of Evidence
It is noteworthy that the largest category of research studies published in 2010 was that of intervention effectiveness. Of the 25 published intervention studies, 12 (48%) were considered Level I evidence, 3 (12%) were Level II evidence, 1 (4%) was Level III evidence, 5 (20%) were Level IV evidence, and 4 (16%) were Level V evidence in accordance with the AOTA Levels of Evidence hierarchy (Lieberman & Scheer, 2002). Almost half of the 2010 effectiveness studies were considered Level I evidence—8 were systematic reviews, and 4 were small randomized controlled studies.
Note that although the profession appears to be heeding the call to produce more effectiveness studies, most of the 2010 Level I studies were systematic reviews that compiled research examining interventions within the domain of occupational therapy but carried out by competing professions such as physical therapy, nursing, and speech pathology. We must begin to produce research demonstrating the effectiveness of occupational therapy practices if occupational therapy is to remain a viable and reimbursable health care service that the larger society perceives as needed and valued.
Practice Area
Over the past several years, the practice areas in which most research continues to be carried out are (1) rehabilitation, disability, and participation and (2) children and youth (Brown, 2010; Case-Smith & Powell, 2008; Gillen, 2010; Gutman, 2009; Mallinson & Fischer, 2010). The 82 2010 research articles followed this pattern, with 31 (37.80%) categorized as rehabilitation, disability, and participation and 26 (31.71%) categorized as children and youth (Figure 2). It is noteworthy that 19 studies (23.17%) addressed productive aging, a practice area that is markedly increasing as the country ages and the Baby Boomer generation seeks ways to maintain independence and community participation into later life. As highlighted in editorials over the past 2 yr, increased research must be carried out in the areas of mental health (2 [2.44%] published articles in 2010), health and wellness (1 [1.22%] published article), and work and industry (0 articles).
Figure 2.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by practice area.
Figure 2.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by practice area.
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Table 1 lists the research category, level of evidence, and practice area for each study.
Table 1.
2010 Research Articles by Research Category
2010 Research Articles by Research Category×
AuthorEffectiveness Study (Level of Evidence)Efficiency StudyBasic ResearchInstrument Development and TestingLink Between Occupational Engagement and HealthTopical/ Professional QuestionPractice Area
Arbesman & Lieberman (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Bagatell, Mirigliani, Patterson, Reyes, & Test (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Bédard, Parkkari, Weaver, Riendeau, & Dahlquist (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Brown & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Chien, Brown, & McDonald (2010) XChildren and youth
Classen, Shechtman, Awadzi, Joo, & Lanford (2010) XProductive aging
Classen, Winter, et al. (2010)XProductive aging
Colyvas, Sawyer, & Campbell (2010) XChildren and youth
Cosbey, Johnston, & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Costigan & Light (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Dalchow, Niewoehner, Henderson, & Carr (2010) XProductive aging
Davies & Tucker (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Di Stefano & Macdonald (2010) XProductive aging
Doig, Fleming, Kuipers, & Cornwell (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Donovan & Corcoran (2010) XProductive aging
Duff & Goyen (2010) XChildren and youth
Duquette et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Earley, Herlache, & Skelton (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Elgin et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Forhan (2010) XMental health
Gal, Dyck, & Passmore (2010) XChildren and youth
George & Crotty (2010) XProductive aging
Geusgens, van Heugten, Hagedoren, Jolles, & van den Heuvel (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Goverover, Chiaravalloti, & DeLuca (2010) X (II)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hall, Lee, Page, Rosenwax, & Lee (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hardy et al. (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hayner, Gibson, & Giles (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hermann et al. (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Higashijima (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hoppes & Segal (2010) XNo specific practice area
Hunt & Bassi (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hunt, Brown, & Gilman (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang, Lin, Coster, Bigsby, & Vergara (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Jack & Estes (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Josman, Goffer, & Rosenblum (2010) XChildren and youth
Kim & Colantonio (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Koenig & Rudney (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Korner-Bitensky, Menon, von Zweck, & Van Benthem (2010)XProductive aging
Kramer, Kielhofner, & Smith (2010)XChildren and youth
Kuijper, van der Wilden, Ketelaar, & Gorter (2010) XChildren and youth
Lane & Schaaf (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Larson & von Eye (2010) XNo specific practice area
Lewis, Fors, & Tharion (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Lyons, Li, Tosteson, Meehan, & Ahles (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mackay, McCluskey, & Mayes (2010) X (III)Children and youth
Maitra, Hall, et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Maitra, Philips, & Rice (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
May-Benson & Koomar (2010) X (I)Children and youth
McClure, McClure, Day, & Brufsky (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mulcahey et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mullen, Weaver, Riendeau, Morrison, & Bédard (2010) XProductive aging
Munkholm, Berg, Lofgren, & Fisher (2010) XChildren and youth
Murphy, Kalpakjian, Mullan, & Clauw (2010) XNo specific practice area
Murphy, Lyden, Smith, Dong, & Koliba (2010) X (I)Productive aging
Nilsen, Gillen, & Gordon (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Perlmutter, Bhorade, Gordon, Hollingsworth, & Baum (2010) XProductive aging
Pizur-Barnekow (2010) XHealth and wellness
Polatajko & Cantin (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Poole, Cordova, Sibbitt, & Skipper (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Preissner (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Rand & Eng (2010) XProductive aging
Roberts, Siever, & Mair (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Rosenblum, Sachs, & Schreuer (2010) XChildren and youth
Shaw, Polgar, Vrkljan, & Jacobson (2010) XProductive aging
Shechtman, Awadzi, Classen, Lanford, & Joo (2010) XProductive aging
Simmons, Griswold, & Berg (2010) XMental health
Stapanian, Stapanian, & Staley (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Stark, Somerville, & Morris (2010) XProductive aging
Su, Wu, Yang, Chen-Sea, & Hwang (2010) XChildren and youth
Takahashi, Tickle-Degnen, Coster, & Latham (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Tyszka & Farber (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Unsworth, Pallant, Russell, Germano, & Odell (2010) XProductive aging
Vrkljan et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Walker et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Watson, Ito, Smith, & Andersen (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Wehrkamp & Rice (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Weintraub, Grill, & Weiss (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wong & Moskovitz (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wu, Hermann, Ying, & Page (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Yonkman, O’Neil, Talty, & Bull (2010) XChildren and youth
 Total, n (%)25 (30.48)10 (12.19)17 (20.73)23 (28.05)4 (4.88)3 (3.67)
Table Footer NoteNote.N = 82 studies.
Note.N = 82 studies.×
Table 1.
2010 Research Articles by Research Category
2010 Research Articles by Research Category×
AuthorEffectiveness Study (Level of Evidence)Efficiency StudyBasic ResearchInstrument Development and TestingLink Between Occupational Engagement and HealthTopical/ Professional QuestionPractice Area
Arbesman & Lieberman (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Bagatell, Mirigliani, Patterson, Reyes, & Test (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Bédard, Parkkari, Weaver, Riendeau, & Dahlquist (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Brown & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Chien, Brown, & McDonald (2010) XChildren and youth
Classen, Shechtman, Awadzi, Joo, & Lanford (2010) XProductive aging
Classen, Winter, et al. (2010)XProductive aging
Colyvas, Sawyer, & Campbell (2010) XChildren and youth
Cosbey, Johnston, & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Costigan & Light (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Dalchow, Niewoehner, Henderson, & Carr (2010) XProductive aging
Davies & Tucker (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Di Stefano & Macdonald (2010) XProductive aging
Doig, Fleming, Kuipers, & Cornwell (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Donovan & Corcoran (2010) XProductive aging
Duff & Goyen (2010) XChildren and youth
Duquette et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Earley, Herlache, & Skelton (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Elgin et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Forhan (2010) XMental health
Gal, Dyck, & Passmore (2010) XChildren and youth
George & Crotty (2010) XProductive aging
Geusgens, van Heugten, Hagedoren, Jolles, & van den Heuvel (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Goverover, Chiaravalloti, & DeLuca (2010) X (II)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hall, Lee, Page, Rosenwax, & Lee (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hardy et al. (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hayner, Gibson, & Giles (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hermann et al. (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Higashijima (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hoppes & Segal (2010) XNo specific practice area
Hunt & Bassi (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hunt, Brown, & Gilman (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang, Lin, Coster, Bigsby, & Vergara (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Jack & Estes (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Josman, Goffer, & Rosenblum (2010) XChildren and youth
Kim & Colantonio (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Koenig & Rudney (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Korner-Bitensky, Menon, von Zweck, & Van Benthem (2010)XProductive aging
Kramer, Kielhofner, & Smith (2010)XChildren and youth
Kuijper, van der Wilden, Ketelaar, & Gorter (2010) XChildren and youth
Lane & Schaaf (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Larson & von Eye (2010) XNo specific practice area
Lewis, Fors, & Tharion (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Lyons, Li, Tosteson, Meehan, & Ahles (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mackay, McCluskey, & Mayes (2010) X (III)Children and youth
Maitra, Hall, et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Maitra, Philips, & Rice (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
May-Benson & Koomar (2010) X (I)Children and youth
McClure, McClure, Day, & Brufsky (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mulcahey et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mullen, Weaver, Riendeau, Morrison, & Bédard (2010) XProductive aging
Munkholm, Berg, Lofgren, & Fisher (2010) XChildren and youth
Murphy, Kalpakjian, Mullan, & Clauw (2010) XNo specific practice area
Murphy, Lyden, Smith, Dong, & Koliba (2010) X (I)Productive aging
Nilsen, Gillen, & Gordon (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Perlmutter, Bhorade, Gordon, Hollingsworth, & Baum (2010) XProductive aging
Pizur-Barnekow (2010) XHealth and wellness
Polatajko & Cantin (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Poole, Cordova, Sibbitt, & Skipper (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Preissner (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Rand & Eng (2010) XProductive aging
Roberts, Siever, & Mair (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Rosenblum, Sachs, & Schreuer (2010) XChildren and youth
Shaw, Polgar, Vrkljan, & Jacobson (2010) XProductive aging
Shechtman, Awadzi, Classen, Lanford, & Joo (2010) XProductive aging
Simmons, Griswold, & Berg (2010) XMental health
Stapanian, Stapanian, & Staley (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Stark, Somerville, & Morris (2010) XProductive aging
Su, Wu, Yang, Chen-Sea, & Hwang (2010) XChildren and youth
Takahashi, Tickle-Degnen, Coster, & Latham (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Tyszka & Farber (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Unsworth, Pallant, Russell, Germano, & Odell (2010) XProductive aging
Vrkljan et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Walker et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Watson, Ito, Smith, & Andersen (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Wehrkamp & Rice (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Weintraub, Grill, & Weiss (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wong & Moskovitz (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wu, Hermann, Ying, & Page (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Yonkman, O’Neil, Talty, & Bull (2010) XChildren and youth
 Total, n (%)25 (30.48)10 (12.19)17 (20.73)23 (28.05)4 (4.88)3 (3.67)
Table Footer NoteNote.N = 82 studies.
Note.N = 82 studies.×
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Funding Sources
One indicator of the larger scientific community’s endorsement and respect for occupational therapy research is the ability to receive funding. Thirty-seven (45.12%) of the 82 research articles published in 2010 received some form of funding. Six (16.22%) of those articles received National Institutes of Health funding, 2 (5.41%) articles received National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research funding, 4 (10.81%) articles received funding from a U.S. foundation, 4 (10.81%) articles were supported by U.S. internal facility funding from a university or clinical site, and 1 (2.70%) article received funding from a U.S. state agency. Most articles (20, or 54.05%) receiving funding were international studies supported by some form of international funding source.
Research Scholars’ Initiative
The Research Scholars’ Initiative is a new program intended to facilitate the generation of outcome studies that provide support for the effectiveness of occupational therapy services (Gutman, 2010). In 2010, six intervention effectiveness articles were published as part of the Research Scholars Initiative, addressing the following topics: (1) the effects of assistive technology in the school setting (Watson, Ito, Smith, & Andersen, 2010), (2) the effectiveness of a recovery program for women with breast cancer–related lymphedema (McClure, McClure, Day, & Brufsky, 2010), (3) the effects of a tailored activity-pacing intervention for adults with osteoarthritis-related pain and fatigue (Murphy, Lyden, Smith, Dong, & Koliba 2010), (4) a comparison of three postoperative treatment protocols for extensor tendon repair in the hand (Hall, Lee, Page, Rosenwax, & Lee, 2010), (5) the effects of constraint-induced movement therapy for adults with upper-extremity dysfunction after stroke (Hayner, Gibson, & Giles, 2010), and (6) a 5-yr retrospective study of occupational therapy outcomes for patients with multiple sclerosis (Maitra, Hall, et al., 2010). This research has undoubtedly contributed to the increased number of effectiveness studies published in 2010 and to the body of quality research needed to maintain the profession’s viability as a valued and reimbursable health care service.
Impact Factor
The journal’s last calculated impact factor was in 2010 and reflected the number of citations for articles published in 2008 and 2009 (Thomson Reuters, 2010). AJOT’s 2010 2-yr impact factor (IF) score was 1.419; its 5-yr IF was 1.408. Although these figures are the journal’s highest in the past 10 yr, they are not on par with competing rehabilitation journals, which have 2-yr IF scores >2.0. The journal’s continued goal will be to monitor and increase the IF until it is at least on par with competing journals in related professions (e.g., physical therapy, speech pathology, nursing, social work).
Future Challenges
Although 2010 was a banner year for AJOT, we must maintain the momentum of the past year and use it to meet current challenges threatening the profession’s viability.
  1. Foremost, we must continue pressing for the generation of intervention effectiveness studies that demonstrate support for occupational therapy services in our major practice areas (e.g., rehabilitation and pediatrics), newly emerging and nontraditional practice areas (e.g., driving reevaluation and rehabilitation), and practice areas in which we have lost our past value (e.g., mental health). In addition to the promotion of intervention studies, AJOT will seek to present a balanced representation of research priorities (i.e., effectiveness studies, instrument development and testing, intervention efficiency and patient satisfaction, basic research) in each issue.

  2. We must also strive to produce studies at higher levels of evidence and rigor. As the profession advances developmentally, the journal will decrease the amount of Level IV and Level V research and prioritize studies using control, randomization, standardized assessments, and larger sample sizes.

  3. Increased research must be generated in the practice areas of mental health, productive aging, work and industry, and health and wellness—areas receiving little research attention in the past 5–10 yr (Gutman, 2009). To promote this needed research, the journal will publish three special issues in the next 2 yr addressing the effectiveness of occupational therapy services for clients with work-related injuries, patients with Alzheimer’s disease, and clients with psychiatric disabilities.

  4. Finally, the Editorial Board will continue to monitor the journal’s 2- and 5-yr IF scores. The move to online publication and the greater accessibility that it will afford will positively influence the IF. So, too, will prioritizing the publication of meta-analyses, systematic reviews, and randomized controlled trials that allow practitioners to form a consensus about best practice.

If occupational therapy researchers commit to these efforts, they will create the opportunity to demonstrate that our profession uniquely helps people of all ages to regain or newly learn the skills necessary to participate in desired family and community roles and the daily activities that support those roles despite disability, injury, or disease. We have the opportunity to empirically demonstrate that occupational therapy services are evidence based, of high value to society, and unlike the services of any other profession. But we must recognize that the profession’s future depends on our actions today and commit to a united strategic effort in accordance with the Centennial Vision (AOTA, 2007) and the joint American Occupational Therapy Association and American Occupational Therapy Foundation Research Agenda (AOTA & AOTF, 2010).
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Di Stefano, M., & Macdonald, W. (2010). Australian occupational therapy driver assessors’ opinions on improving on-road driver assessment procedures. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63, 782–786.
Di Stefano, M., & Macdonald, W. (2010). Australian occupational therapy driver assessors’ opinions on improving on-road driver assessment procedures. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63, 782–786.×
Doig, E., Fleming, J., Kuipers, P., & Cornwell, P. L. (2010). Clinical utility of the combined use of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure and Goal Attainment Scaling. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 904–914. [Article] [PubMed]
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Donovan, M. L., & Corcoran, M. A. (2010). Description of dementia caregiver uplifts and implications for occupational therapy. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 590–595. [Article] [PubMed]
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Duff, S., & Goyen, T. A. (2010). Reliability and validity of the Evaluation Tool of Children’s Handwriting–Cursive (ETCH–C) using the general scoring criteria. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 37–46. [Article] [PubMed]
Duff, S., & Goyen, T. A. (2010). Reliability and validity of the Evaluation Tool of Children’s Handwriting–Cursive (ETCH–C) using the general scoring criteria. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 37–46. [Article] [PubMed]×
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Earley, D., Herlache, E., & Skelton, D. R. (2010). Case Report—Use of occupations and activities in a modified constraint-induced movement therapy program: A musician’s triumphs over chronic hemiparesis from stroke. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 735–744. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08073 [Article] [PubMed]
Earley, D., Herlache, E., & Skelton, D. R. (2010). Case Report—Use of occupations and activities in a modified constraint-induced movement therapy program: A musician’s triumphs over chronic hemiparesis from stroke. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 735–744. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08073 [Article] [PubMed]×
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Forhan, M. (2010). Doing, being, and becoming: A family’s journey through perinatal loss. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 142–151. [Article] [PubMed]
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Gal, E., Dyck, M. J., & Passmore, A. (2010). Relationships between stereotyped movements and sensory processing disorders in children with and without developmental or sensory disorders. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 443–452. [Article] [PubMed]
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George, S., & Crotty, M. (2010). Establishing criterion validity of the Useful Field of View Assessment and Stroke Drivers Screening Assessment: Comparison to the result of on-road assessment. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 114–122. [Article] [PubMed]
George, S., & Crotty, M. (2010). Establishing criterion validity of the Useful Field of View Assessment and Stroke Drivers Screening Assessment: Comparison to the result of on-road assessment. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 114–122. [Article] [PubMed]×
Geusgens, C. A., van Heugten, C. M., Hagedoren, E., Jolles, J., & van den Heuvel, W. J. (2010). Brief Report—Environmental effects in the performance of daily tasks in healthy adults. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 935–940. [Article] [PubMed]
Geusgens, C. A., van Heugten, C. M., Hagedoren, E., Jolles, J., & van den Heuvel, W. J. (2010). Brief Report—Environmental effects in the performance of daily tasks in healthy adults. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 935–940. [Article] [PubMed]×
Gillen, G. (2010). Centennial Vision—Rehabilitation research focused on neurorehabilitation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 341–356. [Article] [PubMed]
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Goverover, Y., Chiaravalloti, N., & DeLuca, J. (2010). Pilot study to examine the use of self-generation to improve learning and memory in people with traumatic brain injury. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 540–546. [Article] [PubMed]
Goverover, Y., Chiaravalloti, N., & DeLuca, J. (2010). Pilot study to examine the use of self-generation to improve learning and memory in people with traumatic brain injury. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 540–546. [Article] [PubMed]×
Gutman, S. A. (2009). From the Desk of the Editor—State of the Journal 2009. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63, 667–673. doi: 10.5014/ajot.63.6.667 [Article]
Gutman, S. A. (2009). From the Desk of the Editor—State of the Journal 2009. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63, 667–673. doi: 10.5014/ajot.63.6.667 [Article] ×
Gutman, S. A. (2010). Letter From the Editor-in-Chief—Research Scholars’ Initiative. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 9.
Gutman, S. A. (2010). Letter From the Editor-in-Chief—Research Scholars’ Initiative. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 9.×
Hall, B., Lee, H., Page, R., Rosenwax, L., & Lee, A. H. (2010). Research Scholars Initiative—Comparing three postoperative treatment protocols for extensor tendon repair in Zones V and VI of the hand. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 682–688. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09091 [Article] [PubMed]
Hall, B., Lee, H., Page, R., Rosenwax, L., & Lee, A. H. (2010). Research Scholars Initiative—Comparing three postoperative treatment protocols for extensor tendon repair in Zones V and VI of the hand. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 682–688. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09091 [Article] [PubMed]×
Hardy, K., Suever, K., Sprague, A., Hermann, V., Levine, P., & Page, S. J. (2010). Combined bracing, electrical stimulation, and functional practice for chronic, upper-extremity spasticity. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 720–726. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08137 [Article] [PubMed]
Hardy, K., Suever, K., Sprague, A., Hermann, V., Levine, P., & Page, S. J. (2010). Combined bracing, electrical stimulation, and functional practice for chronic, upper-extremity spasticity. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 720–726. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08137 [Article] [PubMed]×
Hayner, K., Gibson, G., & Giles, G. M. (2010). Comparison of constraint-induced movement therapy and bilateral treatment of equal intensity in people with chronic upper-extremity dysfunction after cerebrovascular accident. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 528–539. [Article] [PubMed]
Hayner, K., Gibson, G., & Giles, G. M. (2010). Comparison of constraint-induced movement therapy and bilateral treatment of equal intensity in people with chronic upper-extremity dysfunction after cerebrovascular accident. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 528–539. [Article] [PubMed]×
Hermann, V. H., Herzog, M., Jordan, R., Hofherr, M., Levine, P., & Page, S. J. (2010). Telerehabilitation and electrical stimulation: An occupation-based, client-centered stroke intervention. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 73–81. [Article] [PubMed]
Hermann, V. H., Herzog, M., Jordan, R., Hofherr, M., Levine, P., & Page, S. J. (2010). Telerehabilitation and electrical stimulation: An occupation-based, client-centered stroke intervention. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 73–81. [Article] [PubMed]×
Higashijima, M. (2010). Influence of age and bolus size on swallowing function: Basic data and assessment method for care and preventive rehabilitation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 88–94. [Article] [PubMed]
Higashijima, M. (2010). Influence of age and bolus size on swallowing function: Basic data and assessment method for care and preventive rehabilitation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 88–94. [Article] [PubMed]×
Hoppes, S., & Segal, R. (2010). Reconstructing meaning through occupation after the death of a family member: Accommodation, assimilation, and continuing bonds. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 133–141. [Article] [PubMed]
Hoppes, S., & Segal, R. (2010). Reconstructing meaning through occupation after the death of a family member: Accommodation, assimilation, and continuing bonds. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 133–141. [Article] [PubMed]×
Hunt, L. A., & Bassi, C. (2010). Near visual acuity levels and performance on neuropsychological assessments used in occupational therapy. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 105–113. [Article] [PubMed]
Hunt, L. A., & Bassi, C. (2010). Near visual acuity levels and performance on neuropsychological assessments used in occupational therapy. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 105–113. [Article] [PubMed]×
Hunt, L. A., Brown, A. E., & Gilman, I. P. (2010). Drivers with dementia and outcomes of becoming lost while driving. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 225–232. [Article] [PubMed]
Hunt, L. A., Brown, A. E., & Gilman, I. P. (2010). Drivers with dementia and outcomes of becoming lost while driving. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 225–232. [Article] [PubMed]×
Hwang, J. E. (2010). Promoting healthy lifestyles with aging: Development and validation of the Health Enhancement Lifestyle Profile (HELP) via Rasch measurement model. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 786–795. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09088 [Article] [PubMed]
Hwang, J. E. (2010). Promoting healthy lifestyles with aging: Development and validation of the Health Enhancement Lifestyle Profile (HELP) via Rasch measurement model. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 786–795. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09088 [Article] [PubMed]×
Hwang, Y. S., Lin, C. H., Coster, W. J., Bigsby, R., & Vergara, E. (2010). Effectiveness of cheek and jaw support to improve feeding performance of preterm infants. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64(6), 886–894. [Article] [PubMed]
Hwang, Y. S., Lin, C. H., Coster, W. J., Bigsby, R., & Vergara, E. (2010). Effectiveness of cheek and jaw support to improve feeding performance of preterm infants. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64(6), 886–894. [Article] [PubMed]×
Jack, J., & Estes, R. I. (2010). Documenting progress: Hand therapy treatment shift from biomechanical to occupational adaptation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 82–87. [Article] [PubMed]
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Josman, N., Goffer, A., & Rosenblum, S. (2010). Development and standardization of a “Do-Eat” activity of daily living performance test for children. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 47–58. [Article] [PubMed]
Josman, N., Goffer, A., & Rosenblum, S. (2010). Development and standardization of a “Do-Eat” activity of daily living performance test for children. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 47–58. [Article] [PubMed]×
Kim, H., & Colantonio, A. (2010). Effectiveness of rehabilitation in enhancing community integration for people after acute traumatic brain injury: A systematic review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 709–719. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09188 [Article] [PubMed]
Kim, H., & Colantonio, A. (2010). Effectiveness of rehabilitation in enhancing community integration for people after acute traumatic brain injury: A systematic review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 709–719. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09188 [Article] [PubMed]×
Koenig, K. P., & Rudney, S. G. (2010). Performance challenges for children and adolescents with difficulty processing and integrating sensory information: A systematic review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 430–442. [Article] [PubMed]
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Korner-Bitensky, N., Menon, A., von Zweck, C., & Van Benthem, K. (2010). Occupational therapists’ capacity-building needs related to older driver screening, assessment, and intervention: A Canadawide survey. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 316–324. [Article] [PubMed]
Korner-Bitensky, N., Menon, A., von Zweck, C., & Van Benthem, K. (2010). Occupational therapists’ capacity-building needs related to older driver screening, assessment, and intervention: A Canadawide survey. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 316–324. [Article] [PubMed]×
Kramer, J. M., Kielhofner, G., & Smith, E. V., Jr. (2010). Validity evidence for the Child Occupational Self Assessment. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 620–632. [Article]
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Kuijper, M. A., van der Wilden, G. J., Ketelaar, M., & Gorter, J. W. (2010). Manual Ability Classification System for children with cerebral palsy in a school setting and its relationship to home self-care activities. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 613–619. [Article]
Kuijper, M. A., van der Wilden, G. J., Ketelaar, M., & Gorter, J. W. (2010). Manual Ability Classification System for children with cerebral palsy in a school setting and its relationship to home self-care activities. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 613–619. [Article] ×
Lane, S. J., & Schaaf, R. C. (2010). Examining the neuroscience evidence for sensory-driven neuroplasticity: Implications for sensory-based occupational therapy for children and adolescents. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 375–390. [Article] [PubMed]
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Larson, E., & von Eye, A. (2010). Beyond flow: Temporality and participation in everyday activities. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 152–163. [Article] [PubMed]
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Lewis, E., Fors, L., & Tharion, W. J. (2010). Interrater and intrarater reliability of finger goniometric measurements. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 555–561. [Article] [PubMed]
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Lieberman, D., & Scheer, J. (2002). AOTA’s Evidence-Based Literature Review Project: An overview. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 56, 344–349. [Article] [PubMed]
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Lyons, K. D., Li, Z., Tosteson, T. D., Meehan, K., & Ahles, T. A. (2010). Consistency and construct validity of the Activity Card Sort (Modified) in measuring activity resumption after stem cell transplantation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 562–568. [Article] [PubMed]
Lyons, K. D., Li, Z., Tosteson, T. D., Meehan, K., & Ahles, T. A. (2010). Consistency and construct validity of the Activity Card Sort (Modified) in measuring activity resumption after stem cell transplantation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 562–568. [Article] [PubMed]×
Mackay, N., McCluskey, A., & Mayes, R. (2010). The Log Handwriting Program improved children’s writing legibility: A pretest–posttest study. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 30–36. [Article] [PubMed]
Mackay, N., McCluskey, A., & Mayes, R. (2010). The Log Handwriting Program improved children’s writing legibility: A pretest–posttest study. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 30–36. [Article] [PubMed]×
Maitra, K., Hall, C., Kalish, T., Anderson, M., Dugan, E., Rehak, J., et al. (2010). Research Scholars Initiative—Five-year retrospective study of inpatient occupational therapy outcomes for patients with multiple sclerosis. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 689–694. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.090204 [Article] [PubMed]
Maitra, K., Hall, C., Kalish, T., Anderson, M., Dugan, E., Rehak, J., et al. (2010). Research Scholars Initiative—Five-year retrospective study of inpatient occupational therapy outcomes for patients with multiple sclerosis. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 689–694. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.090204 [Article] [PubMed]×
Maitra, K. K., Philips, K., & Rice, M. S. (2010). Grasping naturally versus grasping with a reacher in people without disability: Motor control and muscle activation differences. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 95–104. [Article] [PubMed]
Maitra, K. K., Philips, K., & Rice, M. S. (2010). Grasping naturally versus grasping with a reacher in people without disability: Motor control and muscle activation differences. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 95–104. [Article] [PubMed]×
Mallinson, T., & Fischer, H. (2010). Centennial Vision—Rehabilitation research. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 506–514. [Article] [PubMed]
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May-Benson, T. A., & Koomar, J. A. (2010). Systematic review of the research evidence examining the effectiveness of interventions using a sensory integrative approach for children. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 403–414. [Article] [PubMed]
May-Benson, T. A., & Koomar, J. A. (2010). Systematic review of the research evidence examining the effectiveness of interventions using a sensory integrative approach for children. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 403–414. [Article] [PubMed]×
McClure, M. K., McClure, R. J., Day, R., & Brufsky, A. M. (2010). Randomized controlled trial of the Breast Cancer Recovery Program for women with breast cancer-related lymphedema. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 59–72. [Article] [PubMed]
McClure, M. K., McClure, R. J., Day, R., & Brufsky, A. M. (2010). Randomized controlled trial of the Breast Cancer Recovery Program for women with breast cancer-related lymphedema. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 59–72. [Article] [PubMed]×
Mulcahey, M. J., DiGiovanni, N., Calhoun, C., Homko, E., Riley, A., & Haley, S. M. (2010). Children’s and parents’ perspectives about activity performance and participation after spinal cord injury: Initial development of a patient-reported outcome measure. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 604–612. [Article]
Mulcahey, M. J., DiGiovanni, N., Calhoun, C., Homko, E., Riley, A., & Haley, S. M. (2010). Children’s and parents’ perspectives about activity performance and participation after spinal cord injury: Initial development of a patient-reported outcome measure. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 604–612. [Article] ×
Mullen, N. W., Weaver, B., Riendeau, J. A., Morrison, L. E., & Bédard, M. (2010). Driving performance and susceptibility to simulator sickness: Are they related?. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 288–295. [Article] [PubMed]
Mullen, N. W., Weaver, B., Riendeau, J. A., Morrison, L. E., & Bédard, M. (2010). Driving performance and susceptibility to simulator sickness: Are they related?. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 288–295. [Article] [PubMed]×
Munkholm, M., Berg, B., Lofgren, B., & Fisher, A. G. (2010). Cross-regional validation of the School Version of the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 768–775. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09041 [Article] [PubMed]
Munkholm, M., Berg, B., Lofgren, B., & Fisher, A. G. (2010). Cross-regional validation of the School Version of the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 768–775. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09041 [Article] [PubMed]×
Murphy, S. L., Kalpakjian, C. Z., Mullan, P. B., & Clauw, D. J. (2010). The development and evaluation of the University of Michigan’s Health Professional Research Training (PORT) Program. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 796–803. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08161 [Article] [PubMed]
Murphy, S. L., Kalpakjian, C. Z., Mullan, P. B., & Clauw, D. J. (2010). The development and evaluation of the University of Michigan’s Health Professional Research Training (PORT) Program. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 796–803. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08161 [Article] [PubMed]×
Murphy, S. L., Lyden, A. K., Smith, D. M., Dong, Q., & Koliba, J. F. (2010). Research Scholars Initiative—Effects of a tailored activity pacing intervention on pain and fatigue for adults with osteoarthritis. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 869–876. [Article] [PubMed]
Murphy, S. L., Lyden, A. K., Smith, D. M., Dong, Q., & Koliba, J. F. (2010). Research Scholars Initiative—Effects of a tailored activity pacing intervention on pain and fatigue for adults with osteoarthritis. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 869–876. [Article] [PubMed]×
Nilsen, D. M., Gillen, G., & Gordon, A. M. (2010). The use of mental practice to improve upper limb recovery after stroke: A systematic review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 695–708. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09034 [Article] [PubMed]
Nilsen, D. M., Gillen, G., & Gordon, A. M. (2010). The use of mental practice to improve upper limb recovery after stroke: A systematic review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 695–708. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.09034 [Article] [PubMed]×
Perlmutter, M., Bhorade, A., Gordon, M., Hollingsworth, H., & Baum, C. M. (2010). Cognitive, visual, auditory, and emotional factors that affect participation in older adults. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 569–578. [Article]
Perlmutter, M., Bhorade, A., Gordon, M., Hollingsworth, H., & Baum, C. M. (2010). Cognitive, visual, auditory, and emotional factors that affect participation in older adults. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 569–578. [Article] ×
Pizur-Barnekow, K. (2010). Maternal health after the birth of an infant at high risk: Setting the context for evaluation of co-occupational performance. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 642–649. [Article] [PubMed]
Pizur-Barnekow, K. (2010). Maternal health after the birth of an infant at high risk: Setting the context for evaluation of co-occupational performance. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 642–649. [Article] [PubMed]×
Polatajko, H. J., & Cantin, N. (2010). Exploring the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions, other than the sensory integration approach, with children and adolescents experiencing difficulty processing and integrating sensory information. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 415–429. [Article] [PubMed]
Polatajko, H. J., & Cantin, N. (2010). Exploring the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions, other than the sensory integration approach, with children and adolescents experiencing difficulty processing and integrating sensory information. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 415–429. [Article] [PubMed]×
Poole, J. L., Cordova, J. S., Sibbitt, W. L., Jr., & Skipper, B. (2010). Musculoskeletal rehabilitation in the person with scleroderma. Current Opinion in Rheumatology, 22, 205–212. doi: 10.1097/BOR.0b013e328335a7d2 [Article] [PubMed]
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Preissner, K. L. (2010). Case Report—Use of the occupational therapy task-oriented approach to optimize the motor performance of a client with cognitive limitations. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 727–734. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08026 [Article] [PubMed]
Preissner, K. L. (2010). Case Report—Use of the occupational therapy task-oriented approach to optimize the motor performance of a client with cognitive limitations. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 727–734. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.08026 [Article] [PubMed]×
Rand, D., & Eng, J. J. (2010). Arm–hand use in healthy older adults. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 877–885. [Article] [PubMed]
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Rosenblum, S., Sachs, D., & Schreuer, N. (2010). Reliability and validity of the Children’s Leisure Assessment Scale. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 633–641. [Article] [PubMed]
Rosenblum, S., Sachs, D., & Schreuer, N. (2010). Reliability and validity of the Children’s Leisure Assessment Scale. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 633–641. [Article] [PubMed]×
Shaw, L., Polgar, J. M., Vrkljan, B., & Jacobson, J. (2010). Seniors’ perceptions of vehicle safety risks and needs. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 215–224. [Article] [PubMed]
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Shechtman, O., Awadzi, K. D., Classen, S., Lanford, D. N., & Joo, Y. (2010). Validity and critical driving errors of on-road assessment for older drivers. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 242–251. [Article] [PubMed]
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Simmons, C. D., Griswold, L. A., & Berg, B. (2010). Evaluation of social interaction during occupational engagement. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 10–17. [Article] [PubMed]
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Stapanian, M. A., Stapanian, A., & Staley, K. E. (2010). Case Report—Rehabilitation for bilateral amputation of fingers. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 923–928. [Article] [PubMed]
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Stark, S. L., Somerville, E. K., & Morris, J. C. (2010). In-Home Occupational Performance Evaluation (I–HOPE). American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 579–588. [Article]
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Takahashi, K., Tickle-Degnen, L., Coster, W. J., & Latham, N. (2010). Expressive behavior in Parkinson’s disease as a function of interview context. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 484–495. [Article] [PubMed]
Takahashi, K., Tickle-Degnen, L., Coster, W. J., & Latham, N. (2010). Expressive behavior in Parkinson’s disease as a function of interview context. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 484–495. [Article] [PubMed]×
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Tyszka, A. C., & Farber, R. S. (2010). Exploration of the relation of health-promoting behaviors to role participation and health-related quality of life in women with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 650–659. [Article] [PubMed]
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Unsworth, C. A., Pallant, J. F., Russell, K. J., Germano, C., & Odell, M. (2010). Validation of a test of road law and road craft knowledge with older or functionally impaired drivers. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 306–315. doi: 10.5014/ajot.64.2.306 [Article] [PubMed]
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Sharon A. Gutman, PhD, OTR
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Figure 1.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by research category.
Figure 1.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by research category.
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Figure 2.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by practice area.
Figure 2.
Breakdown of 2010 research articles by practice area.
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Table 1.
2010 Research Articles by Research Category
2010 Research Articles by Research Category×
AuthorEffectiveness Study (Level of Evidence)Efficiency StudyBasic ResearchInstrument Development and TestingLink Between Occupational Engagement and HealthTopical/ Professional QuestionPractice Area
Arbesman & Lieberman (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Bagatell, Mirigliani, Patterson, Reyes, & Test (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Bédard, Parkkari, Weaver, Riendeau, & Dahlquist (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Brown & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Chien, Brown, & McDonald (2010) XChildren and youth
Classen, Shechtman, Awadzi, Joo, & Lanford (2010) XProductive aging
Classen, Winter, et al. (2010)XProductive aging
Colyvas, Sawyer, & Campbell (2010) XChildren and youth
Cosbey, Johnston, & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Costigan & Light (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Dalchow, Niewoehner, Henderson, & Carr (2010) XProductive aging
Davies & Tucker (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Di Stefano & Macdonald (2010) XProductive aging
Doig, Fleming, Kuipers, & Cornwell (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Donovan & Corcoran (2010) XProductive aging
Duff & Goyen (2010) XChildren and youth
Duquette et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Earley, Herlache, & Skelton (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Elgin et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Forhan (2010) XMental health
Gal, Dyck, & Passmore (2010) XChildren and youth
George & Crotty (2010) XProductive aging
Geusgens, van Heugten, Hagedoren, Jolles, & van den Heuvel (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Goverover, Chiaravalloti, & DeLuca (2010) X (II)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hall, Lee, Page, Rosenwax, & Lee (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hardy et al. (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hayner, Gibson, & Giles (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hermann et al. (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Higashijima (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hoppes & Segal (2010) XNo specific practice area
Hunt & Bassi (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hunt, Brown, & Gilman (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang, Lin, Coster, Bigsby, & Vergara (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Jack & Estes (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Josman, Goffer, & Rosenblum (2010) XChildren and youth
Kim & Colantonio (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Koenig & Rudney (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Korner-Bitensky, Menon, von Zweck, & Van Benthem (2010)XProductive aging
Kramer, Kielhofner, & Smith (2010)XChildren and youth
Kuijper, van der Wilden, Ketelaar, & Gorter (2010) XChildren and youth
Lane & Schaaf (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Larson & von Eye (2010) XNo specific practice area
Lewis, Fors, & Tharion (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Lyons, Li, Tosteson, Meehan, & Ahles (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mackay, McCluskey, & Mayes (2010) X (III)Children and youth
Maitra, Hall, et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Maitra, Philips, & Rice (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
May-Benson & Koomar (2010) X (I)Children and youth
McClure, McClure, Day, & Brufsky (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mulcahey et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mullen, Weaver, Riendeau, Morrison, & Bédard (2010) XProductive aging
Munkholm, Berg, Lofgren, & Fisher (2010) XChildren and youth
Murphy, Kalpakjian, Mullan, & Clauw (2010) XNo specific practice area
Murphy, Lyden, Smith, Dong, & Koliba (2010) X (I)Productive aging
Nilsen, Gillen, & Gordon (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Perlmutter, Bhorade, Gordon, Hollingsworth, & Baum (2010) XProductive aging
Pizur-Barnekow (2010) XHealth and wellness
Polatajko & Cantin (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Poole, Cordova, Sibbitt, & Skipper (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Preissner (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Rand & Eng (2010) XProductive aging
Roberts, Siever, & Mair (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Rosenblum, Sachs, & Schreuer (2010) XChildren and youth
Shaw, Polgar, Vrkljan, & Jacobson (2010) XProductive aging
Shechtman, Awadzi, Classen, Lanford, & Joo (2010) XProductive aging
Simmons, Griswold, & Berg (2010) XMental health
Stapanian, Stapanian, & Staley (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Stark, Somerville, & Morris (2010) XProductive aging
Su, Wu, Yang, Chen-Sea, & Hwang (2010) XChildren and youth
Takahashi, Tickle-Degnen, Coster, & Latham (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Tyszka & Farber (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Unsworth, Pallant, Russell, Germano, & Odell (2010) XProductive aging
Vrkljan et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Walker et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Watson, Ito, Smith, & Andersen (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Wehrkamp & Rice (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Weintraub, Grill, & Weiss (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wong & Moskovitz (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wu, Hermann, Ying, & Page (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Yonkman, O’Neil, Talty, & Bull (2010) XChildren and youth
 Total, n (%)25 (30.48)10 (12.19)17 (20.73)23 (28.05)4 (4.88)3 (3.67)
Table Footer NoteNote.N = 82 studies.
Note.N = 82 studies.×
Table 1.
2010 Research Articles by Research Category
2010 Research Articles by Research Category×
AuthorEffectiveness Study (Level of Evidence)Efficiency StudyBasic ResearchInstrument Development and TestingLink Between Occupational Engagement and HealthTopical/ Professional QuestionPractice Area
Arbesman & Lieberman (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Bagatell, Mirigliani, Patterson, Reyes, & Test (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Bédard, Parkkari, Weaver, Riendeau, & Dahlquist (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Brown & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Chien, Brown, & McDonald (2010) XChildren and youth
Classen, Shechtman, Awadzi, Joo, & Lanford (2010) XProductive aging
Classen, Winter, et al. (2010)XProductive aging
Colyvas, Sawyer, & Campbell (2010) XChildren and youth
Cosbey, Johnston, & Dunn (2010) XChildren and youth
Costigan & Light (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Dalchow, Niewoehner, Henderson, & Carr (2010) XProductive aging
Davies & Tucker (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Di Stefano & Macdonald (2010) XProductive aging
Doig, Fleming, Kuipers, & Cornwell (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Donovan & Corcoran (2010) XProductive aging
Duff & Goyen (2010) XChildren and youth
Duquette et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Earley, Herlache, & Skelton (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Elgin et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Forhan (2010) XMental health
Gal, Dyck, & Passmore (2010) XChildren and youth
George & Crotty (2010) XProductive aging
Geusgens, van Heugten, Hagedoren, Jolles, & van den Heuvel (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Goverover, Chiaravalloti, & DeLuca (2010) X (II)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hall, Lee, Page, Rosenwax, & Lee (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hardy et al. (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hayner, Gibson, & Giles (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hermann et al. (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Higashijima (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hoppes & Segal (2010) XNo specific practice area
Hunt & Bassi (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Hunt, Brown, & Gilman (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang (2010) XProductive aging
Hwang, Lin, Coster, Bigsby, & Vergara (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Jack & Estes (2010) X (IV)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Josman, Goffer, & Rosenblum (2010) XChildren and youth
Kim & Colantonio (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Koenig & Rudney (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Korner-Bitensky, Menon, von Zweck, & Van Benthem (2010)XProductive aging
Kramer, Kielhofner, & Smith (2010)XChildren and youth
Kuijper, van der Wilden, Ketelaar, & Gorter (2010) XChildren and youth
Lane & Schaaf (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Larson & von Eye (2010) XNo specific practice area
Lewis, Fors, & Tharion (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Lyons, Li, Tosteson, Meehan, & Ahles (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mackay, McCluskey, & Mayes (2010) X (III)Children and youth
Maitra, Hall, et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Maitra, Philips, & Rice (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
May-Benson & Koomar (2010) X (I)Children and youth
McClure, McClure, Day, & Brufsky (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mulcahey et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Mullen, Weaver, Riendeau, Morrison, & Bédard (2010) XProductive aging
Munkholm, Berg, Lofgren, & Fisher (2010) XChildren and youth
Murphy, Kalpakjian, Mullan, & Clauw (2010) XNo specific practice area
Murphy, Lyden, Smith, Dong, & Koliba (2010) X (I)Productive aging
Nilsen, Gillen, & Gordon (2010) X (I)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Perlmutter, Bhorade, Gordon, Hollingsworth, & Baum (2010) XProductive aging
Pizur-Barnekow (2010) XHealth and wellness
Polatajko & Cantin (2010) X (I)Children and youth
Poole, Cordova, Sibbitt, & Skipper (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Preissner (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Rand & Eng (2010) XProductive aging
Roberts, Siever, & Mair (2010) X (IV)Children and youth
Rosenblum, Sachs, & Schreuer (2010) XChildren and youth
Shaw, Polgar, Vrkljan, & Jacobson (2010) XProductive aging
Shechtman, Awadzi, Classen, Lanford, & Joo (2010) XProductive aging
Simmons, Griswold, & Berg (2010) XMental health
Stapanian, Stapanian, & Staley (2010) X (V)Rehabilitation, disability, and participation
Stark, Somerville, & Morris (2010) XProductive aging
Su, Wu, Yang, Chen-Sea, & Hwang (2010) XChildren and youth
Takahashi, Tickle-Degnen, Coster, & Latham (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Tyszka & Farber (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Unsworth, Pallant, Russell, Germano, & Odell (2010) XProductive aging
Vrkljan et al. (2010) XProductive aging
Walker et al. (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Watson, Ito, Smith, & Andersen (2010) X (II)Children and youth
Wehrkamp & Rice (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Weintraub, Grill, & Weiss (2010)XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wong & Moskovitz (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Wu, Hermann, Ying, & Page (2010) XRehabilitation, disability, and participation
Yonkman, O’Neil, Talty, & Bull (2010) XChildren and youth
 Total, n (%)25 (30.48)10 (12.19)17 (20.73)23 (28.05)4 (4.88)3 (3.67)
Table Footer NoteNote.N = 82 studies.
Note.N = 82 studies.×
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