Issue Title
Vol 51, No 4 (2017) A Change of Scenery: Wilderness Therapy Treatment for Inpatients in Acute Care Abstract
Kimberley M. Woodford, Lara Fenton, Jacqueline Connors
Vol 49, No 1 (2015) Adaptation of an Adolescent Coping Assessment for Therapeutic Recreation and Outdoor Adventure Settings Abstract
Melissa S. Russell, Mark A. Widmer, Neil Lundberg, Peter Ward
Vol 48, No 1 (2014) Cross-Cultural Assessment in Therapeutic Recreation Abstract
Rodney G. Dieser
Vol 52, No 3 (2018) Qualitative Approach to Evaluating TR Definitions Abstract
Kenneth Mobily, Hannah Morris
Vol 17, No 2 (1983) Assessment Interviewing Techniques: A Useful Tool in Developing Individual Program Plans Abstract
Daniel D. Ferguson
Vol 20, No 4 (1986) Th Leisure Diagnostic Battery: Past, Present, and Future Abstract
Gary D Ellis, Peter A Witt
Vol 27, No 2 (1993) Therapeutic Recreation Services for a Chemically Dependent Client Abstract
Valerie Gayle Hemingway
Vol 20, No 2 (1986) Comprehensive Health Assessment: An Algorithmic Model Abstract
Michael L Teague
Vol 17, No 4 (1983) Systematic 0bservation as a Research Tool for Assessing Client Behavior Abstract
Norma J. Stumbo
Vol 27, No 1 (1993) Therapeutic Recreation Assessment and Intervention with an Older Adult Displaying Symptoms of Dementia and Depression Abstract
Judith E. Voelkl, Carol Hermann
Vol 17, No 3 (1983) An Ecological Assessment Inventory to Facilitate Community Recreation Participation by Severely Disabled Individuals Abstract
Nicholas J. Certo, Stuart J. Schleien, Dawn Hunter
Vol 28, No 3 (1994) The Reliability of the Leisure Diagnostic Battery Short Form Version B in Assessing Healthy, Older Individuals: A Preliminary Study Abstract
Yi-Shih Chang, Jaclyn A. Card
Vol 47, No 2 (2013) The Reliability and Validity of the Reality Comprehension Clock Test (RCCT) with a Hispanic Population Abstract
Susan M. Cleghorn, Ruthie Kucharewski, Roy H. Olsson Jr, Claudia Leiras, Carla A. Crockett, Jenny R. Gill, Amanda J. Pettit, Nancy Powell, Mihaela Friedlmeier
Vol 48, No 1 (2014) Enduring Leisure Involvement and Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: Validation of a Parent-Reported Involvement Scale Abstract
Benjamin Hickerson, Erinn H. Finke, Youngjoon Choi
Vol 47, No 2 (2013) A Strengths Approach to Assessment in Therapeutic Recreation: Tools for Positive Change Abstract
Lynn S. Anderson, Linda A. Heyne
Vol 17, No 1 (1983) An Assessment of Treatment Enjoyment and Effectiveness in Psychiatric Hospitalization Abstract
Wallace H. Vale, Sylvester R. Mlott
Vol 29, No 4 (1995) Understanding Differences to Maximize Treatment Interventions: A Case Study Abstract
Suzie W.L. Lane, Diane Montgomery, William Schmid
Vol 18, No 2 (1984) Leisure Assessment Instrumentation in Therapeutic Recreation Abstract
Christine Z. Howe
Vol 47, No 4 (2013) Assessing Balance and Fall Efficacy in Community-Dwelling Older Adults: Evidence-Based Instruments for Use in Recreational Therapy Practice Abstract
Thomas K. Skalko, Whitney Sauter, Lacey Burgess, David Loy
Vol 35, No 4 (2001) Measuring Resiliency in Youth: The Resiliency Attitudes and Skills Profile Abstract
Karen P. Hurtes, Lawrence R. Allen
Vol 23, No 4 (1989) Automated Versus Manual Leisure Assessment: A Comparison Abstract
Kathleen J Halberg, Roy H Olsson
Vol 36, No 2 (2002) Therapeutic Recreation in the Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC): Benefiting "Aging in Place" Abstract
Robin Kunstler
Vol 23, No 4 (1989) Automated Versus Manual Leisure Assessment: A Comparison Abstract
Kathleen J Halberg, Roy H Olsson
Vol 37, No 3 (2003) Development of the Aristotelian Ethical Behavior in Leisure Scale Short Form Abstract
Mark A. Widmer, Gary D. Ellis, Wayne W. Munson
Vol 19, No 3 (1985) Perceived Responsibilities of Special Recreation Services· in Minnesota Abstract
Stuart J. Schleien, Judy K. Werder
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