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Sensory Integration: A Compendium of Leading Scholarship
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Type: Book
SKU: 1248
Type: Book
SKU: 1248
Publisher: AOTA Press
Published: 2009
ISBN: 978-1-56900-272-8
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Edited by Charlotte B. Royeen, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, and Aimee J. Luebben, EdD, OTR, FAOTA

As sensory integration receives increasing attention from the health care community and the general public, sensory integration scholarship has never been more important. This exciting new book collects the latest research on, debates about, and trends for this timely topic and is ideal for occupational therapy practitioners, students, researchers, and health care professionals who seek to better understand this complex and fascinating field.

This compendium includes 45 articles from a wide range of sources. For each article, an extensive annotation provides an in-depth description of the topic or study, a summary of outcomes and conclusions to be drawn from it, and an explanation on how to apply these conclusions to practice and research. Six sections tackle every angle of sensory integration, including definitions, diagnosis, assessment, intervention effectiveness, research creation, and living with a sensory integration disorder.

Although this compendium is aimed primarily at occupational therapy practitioners who want to get up-to-date on the latest sensory integration research and issues, this collection also is ideal for all researchers, students, and health care professionals who seek to better understand this complex and fascinating field.

Contents
Part I. Defining Sensory Integration Disorders
Chapter 1. A Meme's Eye View of Speech–Language Pathology
Chapter 2. Understanding Sensory Integration
Chapter 3. Understanding Ayres Sensory Integration
Chapter 4. Moving Forward: A Look at Sensory Integration

Part II. Diagnosing Sensory Integration Disorders
Chapter 5. The Disorder Is Sensory: The Diagnosis, Elusive
Chapter 6. Concept Evolution in Sensory Integration: A Proposed Nosology for Diagnosis
Chapter 7. Validating the Diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorders Using EEG Technology
Chapter 8. Sensory Integration and the Perceptual Experience of Persons With Autism

Part III. Researching Assessment
Chapter 9. Interrater of Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests (SIPT) Score Interpretation
Chapter 10. Sensory Processing in Children With and Without Autism: A Comparative Study Using the Short Sensory Profile
Chapter 11. The Role of Sensory Processing in the Everyday Lives of Older Adults
Chapter 12. An Examination of the Relationships Between the Motor and Process Skills and Scores on the Sensory Profile
Chapter 13. Development of the Sensory Processing Measure–School: Initial Studies of Reliability and Validity
Chapter 14. Pilot Study of the Sensory Over-Responsivity Scales: Assessment and Inventory
Chapter 15. Development of an Assessment for Ideational Praxis
Chapter 16. Identifying Gravitational Insecurity in Children: A Pilot Study
Chapter 17. Goal Attainment Scaling as a Measure of Meaningful Outcomes for Children With Sensory Integration Disorders
Chapter 18. Brief Report: Assessment of Sensory Abnormalities in People With Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Chapter 19. Hyperresponsive Sensory Patterns in Young Children With Autism, Developmental Delay, and Typical Development
Chapter 20. Describing the Sensory Abnormalities of Children and Adults With Autism

Part IV. Showing Effectiveness of Intervention
Chapter 21. A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study of the Effectiveness of Occupational Therapy for Children With Sensory Modultion Disorder
Chapter 22. Lessons Learned: A Pilot Study on Occupational Therapy Effectiveness for Children With Sensory Modulation Disorders
Chapter 23. The Effect of Sound-Based Intervention on Children With Sensory Processing Disorders and Visual–Motor Delays
Chapter 24. Occupational Therapy Using a Sensory Integrative Approach: A Case Study of Effectiveness
Chapter 25. Behavioral Indexes of the Efficacy of Sensory Integration Therapy
Chapter 26. Art Therapy With a Child Experiencing Sensory Intregration Difficulty
Chapter 27. Evidence-Based Review of Interventions for Autism Used in or of Relevance to Occupational Therapy
Chapter 28. Immediate Effect of Ayres's Sensory Integration–Based Occupational Therapy Intervention on Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
Chapter 29. Sensory Processing and Classroom Emotional, Behavioral, and Educational Outcomes in Chidlren With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Chapter 30. The Use of Weighted Vests With Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Disabilities
Chapter 31. Effects of Sensory Integration Intervention on Self-Stimulating and Self-Injurious Behaviors
Chapter 32. Comparison of Different Therapy Approaches in Children With Down Syndrome

Part V. Creating Research
Chapter 33. Fidelity in Sensory Integration Intervention Research
Chapter 34. Sensory Processing Disorders in a Nonhuman Primate Model: Evidence for Occupational Therapy Pracitce
Chapter 35. Sensory Processing Disorder in a Primate Model: Evidence From a Longitudinal Study of Prenatal Alcohol and Prenatal Stress Effects
Chapter 36. The Relation Between Length of Institutionalization and Sensory Integration in Children in Adopted from Eastern Europe
Chapter 37. A Comprehensive Literature Review Defining Self-Mutilation and Occupational Therapy Intervention Approaches: Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Sensory Integration
Chapter 38. Autism in China: From Acupuncture to Applied Behavioral Analysis

Part VI. Living With Sensory Integration Disorders
Chapter 39. How Does Sensory Processing Dysfunction Affect Play?
Chapter 40. Supporting Children to Participate Successfully in Everyday Life by Using Sensory Processing Knowledge
Chapter 41. You Can Know Me If You Listen: Sensory, Motor, and Communication Issues in a Nonverbal Person With Autism
Chapter 42. When a Child Has Difficulty Moving From Place to Place
Chapter 43. Tapping Into the Spirit of the Sensitive Child: A Foundation for Understanding and Bringing the Joy of Music to Children Who Have Sensory Integration Challenges
Chapter 44. What's Going On? How to Hold Squirming Babies
Chapter 45. Sensory Modulation Disorders Among Children With a History of Trauma: A Frame of Reference for Speech–Language Pathologists

978-1-56900-272-8, 595 pages, 2009