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From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedOccupational balance is an important variable associated with health and quality of life. This study aimed to investigate the influence of occupational balance on health, quality of life, and other health-related...
From:AJOT: American Journal of Occupational Therapy (Vol. 74, Issue S1) Peer-ReviewedOlder adults experience changes such as cognitive or physical decline and decreased roles. These changes have negative effects on their daily lives and social participation. The concept of occupational balance (OB) is...
From:AJOT: American Journal of Occupational Therapy (Vol. 74, Issue S1) Peer-ReviewedBACKGROUND: Social participation is one of the important goals of occupational therapy intervention (Berger et al, 2013). Cognitive function is a consistently reported determinant factor for social participation, older...
From:AJOT: American Journal of Occupational Therapy (Vol. 73, Issue S1) Peer-ReviewedPeople in the early period of the adult age are suffering from academic and employment stress, long working hours, and role conflict between family and work. The concept of Occupational Balance (OB) could be used to keep...
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