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Human Development And Performance Throughout the Lifespan 2nd Edition By Cronin – Test Bank

Edition: 2nd Edition

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Human Development And Performance Throughout the Lifespan 2nd Edition By Cronin – Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-1133951193, ISBN-10: 1133951198

Chapter 1

Human Performance: Function as an Organizing Framework

  1. Quality of life is a term that means:
  2. Absence of disease
  3. Fulfillment of basic, but not complex needs
  4. Perception of life satisfaction
  5. Long life expectancy
  6. The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health is associated with all of the following terms EXCEPT:
  7. Activities and Participation
  8. Handicap
  9. Contextual Factors
  10. Structure and Function
  11. Which of the following would NOT be considered an activity of daily living (ADL)?
  12. Brushing teeth
  13. Going grocery shopping
  14. Preparing a meal
  15. Eating a meal
  16. If an individual can walk 10 feet in the therapy gym using a rollator walker, you may assume:
  17. The person has the capacity to walk using the walker.
  18. The person demonstrates the performance of using the walker.
  19. This ability will be carried out in all other environments, including the home.
  20. This person will be a community ambulatory, with modifications.
  21. Employment is an important participation outcome for individuals in their 20s up until their 60s. Employment typically falls in the ICF dimension of:
  22. Learning and applying knowledge
  23. Self-care
  24. Major life areas
  25. Domestic life
  26. Therapists typically assume that if a person acquires the functional activity, participation will automatically follow.
    This belief is:
  27. True, because if people have the capacity, they will do the activity in a participatory way
  28. Not always true, because capacity in a standard environment does not perfectly predict performance in a usual environment
  29. Proven through evidence-based outcomes research

d.            Never inherent in typical assessments and practices of setting goals

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