ERIC Number: ED234532
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: 0
EXETRA Perspectives: Concepts in Therapeutic Recreation.
Neal, Larry L.; Edginton, Christopher R.
Fifteen papers address issues in therapeutic recreation for disabled persons from the perspectives of practitioners, educators, and students. The following papers are presented. "Therapeutic Recreation Service: The Past and Challenging Present" (H. Sessoms); "Therapeutic Recreatiion in an Era of Limits: A Crisis...A Challenge... An Opportunity" (K. Halberg); "Living Up to the Name: Research Support for Therapeutic Recreation Service" (J. Dixon and D. Dustin); "The Formative Program Evaluation Procedure: An Internal Evaluation Tool for Therapeutic Recreation Services" (P. Connolly); "Status of the Therapeutic Recreation Professional: Unit Directors' Perceptions" (J. Witman and L. Powell); "The Effects of a Treatment Program for Chronic Pain Patients Using Relaxation Techniques, Enjoyable Imagery, and Biofeedback" (P. Mckee); "Some Uses of the Multi-modal Model of Curriculum Evaluation in Therapeutic Recreation" (C. Howe); "A Study to Determine the Educational Level and Practical Experience of College Teachers in Therapeutic Recreation: 1980" (S. Smith and R. McGowan); "Systematic Curriculum Development" (S. Anderson and H. Finch); "Creativity: Strategies for Innovative Teaching and Parenting" (C. Stensrud); "Attribution Theory in Therapeutic Recreation" (A. Voight); "Instruction in Interpersonal Relationship Skills: An Evaluative Research Study" (R. Kunstler and D. Austin); "An Analysis of an Easter Seal Camp's Perceptions of Organizational Characteristics, Acceptance of Self, Acceptance of Others and Conflict Characteristics" (J. Glick); "Philosophical Basis for Therapeutic Recreation and Leisure Lifestyle Adjustment in Cardiac Rehabilitation" (G. Hayes and R. Antozzi); and "Leisure Counseling: A Component of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Heart Disease Intervention Programs" (T. Hoeft). (CL)
Descriptors: Attribution Theory, Creativity, Curriculum Development, Disabilities, Interpersonal Competence, Leisure Time, Models, Program Evaluation, Recreation, Relaxation Training, Therapy
Center of Leisure Studies, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403 (no price quoted).
Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Oregon Univ., Eugene. Center of Leisure Studies.
Note: This book is intended as the first in a series of monographs. EXERTA is an acronym for "Extended Education in Therapeutic Recreation Administration."