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Antecedentes bibliográficos del Marco de Referencia de la Discapacidad Cognitiva de Claudia Allen (MRDC) (Parte II)

Las citas bibliográficas son un compendio de autores que han hecho aportes a esta teoría de Claudia Allen (MRDC)
Jorge Valverdi | 30/09/2015

Las citas bibliográficas son un compendio de autores que han hecho aportes a esta teoría, mas allá de que hayan tenido o no relación alguna con este marco de referencia, en todo caso se han consignado porque de alguna manera se tomaron opiniones o se han hecho analogías para poder construir conceptos nuevos, partiendo de teorías o constructos para sentar bases de conocimiento.

Considero que para un mejor entendimiento de este marco de referencia, es necesario leer la literatura publicada por esta autora como por ejemplo: How to Use the Allen's Cognitive Levels in Daily Practice (1999), Occupational therapy for psychiatric diseases: measurement and management of cognitive disabilities (1985), A Study Guide for Occupational Therapy Treatment Goals for the Physically and Cognitively Disabled (1993), Occupational therapy treatment goals for the physically and cognitively disabled (1992); estos brindan aportes y argumentaciones acerca de porque esta teoría debe ser utilizada y como es que a lo largo de tanto tiempo sigue vigente, si se tiene en cuenta de que han pasado mas de 40 años y aún continua actualizándose, dado que del mismo modo que tanto la ciencia como la tecnología avanza, debe avanzarse en la evaluación, el tratamiento y en la comprensión de la discapacidad.  

Lo invito entonces a analizar la propuesta bibliográfica que a continuación se consignan. 

Allen, C. K. (1982). Independence through activity: The practice of occupational therapy (psychiatry). American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 36, 731–739. 
Allen, C. K. (1985). Occupational therapy for psychiatric diseases: Measurement and management of cognitive disabilities. Boston, MA: Little, Brown. 
Allen, C. K. (1987). Activity: Occupational therapy’s treatment method (Eleanor Clarke Slagle lecture). American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 41, 563–575. 
Allen, C.K. (1987a). Occupational therapy: Measuring the severity of mental disorders. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 38, 140-142.
Allen, C.K. (1987b). Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship-1987: Activity, occupational therapy’s treatment method. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 41, 563-575.
Allen, C. K. (1987). Occupational Therapy: Functional assessment of severity of mental disorders. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 39, 140-142. 
Allen, C. K. (1988). Cognitive disabilities. In S. Robertson (Ed.) Focus. Rockville, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association. 
Allen, C. K. (1989a). Treatment plans in cognitive rehabilitation. Occupational Therapy Practice, 1, 1-8. 
Allen, C.K. (1989b). Psychiatry. In T. Malone (Ed.) Physical and Occupational Therapy: Drug Implications for Practice. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott.
Allen, C.K. (1989). Unpublished Routine Task Inventory (RTI-E).
Allen, C, K. (1990). Activities: Cross-cultural similarities and differences. Paper presented at the 10th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapy, Melbourne, Australia. 
Allen C. K. (1990). Development of a research tradition. Mental Health Special Interest Section Newsletter. American Occupational Therapy Association, 13(2), 1-3. 
Allen, C.K. (1991). Cognitive disabilities and reimbursement for rehabilitation and psychiatry. Journal of Insurance Medicine. 23. 4. 245-247. 
Allen, C. K. (1992). Rehabilitation and learning. In C. K. Allen, C. A. Earhart, & T. Blue (Eds.), Occupational therapy treatment goals for the physically and cognitively disabled (pp. 339–350). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association. 
Allen, C.K. (1994). Creating a need-satisfying, safe environment: Management and maintenance approaches. In C. B. Royeen (Ed.) AOTA Self-Study Series: Cognitive Rehabilitation. Rockville, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.
Allen, C. K. (1994). The disabled human mind. Unpublished manuscript. 
Allen, C.K. (1996). Allen Cognitive Level test manual (with kit included). Colchester, CT: S & S/Worldwide.
Allen, C. K. (1996). The Allen Cognitive Level Screen – 90. Colchester, CT: S&S Worldwide. 
Allen, C. K. (1999). Structures of the cognitive performance modes. Ormond Beach, FL: Allen Conferences. 
Allen, C.K. & Allen, R. E. (1987). Cognitive Disabilities: Measuring the social consequences of mental disorders. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 48, 185-191. 
Allen, C. K., Austin, S. L., David, S. K., Earhart, C. A., McCraith, D. B., & Riska-Williams, L. (2007). Manual for the Allen Cognitive Level Screen–5 (ACLS-5) and Large Allen Cognitive Level Screen–5 (ACLS-5). Camarillo, CA: ACLS and LACLS Committee. 
Allen, C. K., & Blue, T. (1998). Cognitive disabilities model: How to make clinical judgments. In N. Katz (Ed.), Cognitive rehabilitation: Models for intervention in occupational therapy (pp. 225-279). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association. 
Allen, C. K., Blue, T., & Earhart, C. A. (1995). Understanding the modes of performance. Ormond Beach, CA: Allen Conferences. 
Allen, C. K., Earhart, C. A., & Blue, T. (1992). Occupational therapy treatment goals for the physically and cognitively disabled. Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association. 
Allen, C. K., Kehrberg, K. L., & Burns, T., (1992) Evaluation Instruments. In C. K. 
Allen, Earhart, C. A. & Blue, T., (1992) Occupational therapy treatment goals for the physically and cognitively disabled (pp.31-84). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association. 
Allen, C.K., Earhart, C.A., & Blue, T. And Therasoft (1996). Allen Cognitive Level documentation (software). Colchester, CT.: S & S/Worldwide.
Allen, C.K., Earhart, C.A., & Blue, T. (1992). Occupational Therapy Treatment Goals for Physically and Cognitively Disabled. American Occupational Therapy Association, Rockville, Maryland.
Allen, C.K. Foto, M., Moon-Sperling, T. & Wilson, D. (1989). A medical review approach to Medicare outpatient documentation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 43, 793-800.
Allen, C. K., & Mendel, W. M. (1982). Chronic illnesses and staff burnout: Revised expectations for change in the supportive-care model. International Journal of Partial Hospitalization, 1, 191–201. 
Allen, C.K. & Robertson, S.C. (1993). A Study Guide for Occupational Therapy Treatment Goals for the Physically and Cognitively Disabled. Rockville, MD: AOTA. 
Allen Conferences, Inc. (March 17, 2000). Allen Cognitive Level Screen 2000. Retrieved October 14, 2007, from http://www.allen-cognitive-levels.com/acls.htm. 
Alsberg, D. (1987). Safety implications of cognitive disabilities: Using cognitive theory as an adjunct to discharge planning. Unpublished master’s thesis. Rush University, Chicago.
American Educational Research Association, the American Psychological Association, & National Council on Measurement in Education (1999). Standards for educational and psychological testing. Washington DC: American Educational Research Association. 
American Occupational Therapy Association. (2008). Occupational therapy practice framework: Domain and process (2nd ed.). American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62, 625–683. 
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Austin, S. A. (2009). Hierarchies of abilities and activity demands in the Allen Diagnostic Module 2nd Ed.: A validity study (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Illinois, Chicago. 
Averbuch, S., & Katz, N. (1988). Assessment of perceptual cognitive performance comparison of psychiatric and brain injured adult patients. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 8, 57-71. 
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Breeding, C. J. (1993). Performance of six to nine year old children without disability for the Allen Cognitive Level test, expanded version. Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of Southern California; Los Angeles.
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Burns, T. (2006). The Cognitive Performance Test manual. Pequannock, NJ: Maddak. 
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Burns, T., Mortimer, J. A., & Merchak, P. (1994). Cognitive Performance Test: A new approach to functional assessment in Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 7, 46–54. 
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David, S. K., & Riley, W. T. (1990). The relationship of the Allen Cognitive Level Test to cognitive abilities and psychopathology. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 44, 493–497. 
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Earhart, C. A. (1992). Analysis of activities. In C. K. Allen, C. A. Earhart, & T. Blue (Eds), Occupational therapy treatment goals for the physically and cognitively disabled (pp. 125–239). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association. 
Earhart, C.A., Allen, C.K., & Blue, T. (1993). Allen diagnostic module instruction manual. Colchester, CT.: S & S/Worldwide.
Earhart, C. A. (2006). Allen Diagnostic Module: Manual (2nd ed.). Colchester, CT: S&S Worldwide. 
Earhart, C. A., & Allen, C. K. (1988). Cognitive disabilities: Expanded activity analysis. Analysis of craft processes and cognitive stimulation and response. Los Angeles: University of Southern California Press. 
Earhart, C. A., & Allen, C. K. (1992). Allen Diagnostic Module: Manual. Colchester, CT: S&S Worldwide. 
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