2009

Assessing Impairment

From Theory to Practice

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ISBN: 978-0-387-87541-5 (Print) 978-0-387-87542-2 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

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    Pages 1-4

    Defining the Evolving Concept of Impairment

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    Pages 5-14

    Measurement of Symptom Severity and Impairment

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    Pages 15-30

    The Role of Family and Situational Problems in Understanding and Reducing Impairment

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    Pages 31-48

    Relationships Between Adaptive Behavior and Impairment

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    Pages 49-57

    Psychometric Issues in the Assessment of Impairment

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    Pages 59-75

    The Medical Model of Impairment

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    Pages 77-92

    The DSM Model of Impairment

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    Pages 93-103

    Measuring Impairment in a Legal Context: Practical Considerations in the Evaluation of Psychiatric and Learning Disabilities

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    Pages 105-119

    Impairment in Children

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    Pages 121-141

    Impairment in the Geriatric Population

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    Pages 143-154

    Assessing Occupational Disability Following Trauma and Impairment

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    Pages 155-158

    Conclusion

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 159-163