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South African Journal of Occupational Therapy

versión On-line ISSN 0038-2337

S. Afr. j. occup. ther. vol.41 no.1 Pretoria  2011

 

EDITORIAL COMMENT

 

Editorial comment

 

 

ME Concha

Editor SAJOT

 

 

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References

1. M van Niekerk, Guest Editorial - Research Ethics Guidelines and occupational Therapy: Can we risk thinking they do not apply to us (or the population that we study)? SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

2. D van Der Reyden, Legislation for everyday occupational Therapy practice. SAJOT, 2010; 40 (3): 27-35        [ Links ]

3. D van der Reyden The Rights to respect for Autonomy - Part I: What is autonomy all about? SAJOT, 2008; 38(1): 27-31.         [ Links ]

4. D van der Reyden The right to respect for autonomy - Part 2. SAJOT, 2008; 38(3): 18-23.         [ Links ]

5. Van Jaarsveld A, Vermaak M, van Rooyen C. The developmental status of street children in Potchefstroom South Africa. SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

6. Van Heerden C, De Kock N, Larsen K, Knopjes M, Sing A, Franzsen D. Visual Motor Integration in children living in child care institutions in Gauteng. SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

7. Richmond J and Holland K. Correlating the Developmental Test of Visual Perception -2 (DTVP-2) and the Test of Visual Perceptual Skills - Revised (TVPS-R) as assessment tools for learners with a learning difficulty. SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

8. Richmond J and Holland K. The relationship between a teacher check list and standardised tests of visual perception skills: A South African remedial primary school perspective. SAJOT, 2010; 40 (3): 9-16.         [ Links ]

9. van Wijk. Assessing tactile perception in limited visibility could be child's play. SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

10. Park WH, Jeong YS, Bornman J. The effect of psycho-motor play on body perception competence for young children with developmental delays. SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

11. Wegner, L. Through the lens of a peer: understanding leisure boredom and risk behaviour in adolescence. SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

12. Maja P, Mann W, Sing D, Steyn A, Naidoo P Employing people with disabilities in South Africa. SAJOT, 2011 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

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