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Rehabilitation research; principles and applications, 4th ed.


Rehabilitation research; principles and applications, 4th ed.

Carter, Russell et al.

Elsevier Saunders


503 pages




Physical therapists Carter, Jay Lubinsky (both Governors State U., Illinois), and Elizabeth Domholdt (College of St. Scholastica, Minnesota) wrote primarily for rehabilitation practitioners in the 1993, 2000, and 2005 editions, but here make a point of addressing the needs of students as well. They place greater emphasis on the scientist-practitioner model and enhance the information about single-subject research. Among the topics are research fundamentals, experimental designs, research beyond the everyday, data analysis, and being a consumer of research. Other features include discussion questions, a data set for the statistics chapter, and links to online literature.

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