Winnie Dunn, Catana Brown, Ann McGuigan; The Ecology of Human Performance: A Framework for Considering the Effect of Context. Am J Occup Ther 1994;48(7):595-607. doi: 10.5014/ajot.48.7.595.
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In theory and in practice, context (as an area of concern to occupational therapists) has not received the same attention as performance components and performance areas. The Ecology of Human performance serves as a framework for considering the effect of context. Context is described as a lens from which persons view their world. The interrelationship of person and context determines which tasks fall within the person’s performance range. The Ecology of Human Performance framework provides guidelines for encompassing context in occupational therapy theory, practice, and research.
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