Följande dokument sammanfattar forsknings artiklar från olika discipliner som stödjer A. Jean Ayres principer.
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Master List of Articles on this page - updated 2/2010
This document lists the categories and individual articles that are within the other documents on this page. If you see a title of interest, go to that specific category for the article's abstract.
Arranging the Room to Engage the Child - updated 2/2010
This document includes summaries of the literature on motivation and what is motivating or attractive to a child. We also include literature from the field of education on the important of room set up for learning.
Aspects of the Environment
This document includes information about the sensory affordances of objects/activities and how they can enhance performance.
Collaboration of Activity Choice - updated 2/2010
This document includes summaries of articles on the impact of choice making from the field of psychology and from the behavioral literature. This inclusion in not meant to imply that specific behavioral strategies are related to Ayres’ Sensory Integration Approach. However, research on choice and choice making often is found within the behavioral literature.
Creation of Play Context - updated 2/2010
This document includes article summaries from the literature on play and the importance of play (both to learning and for its own sake).
Effectiveness of Ayres SI - updated 2/2010
This section will include summaries from the literature on the impact of interventions that would be considered Ayres SI intervention because the intervention meets the principles as outlined in this website.
Effectiveness of Other Interventions Using Sensory or Motor Activities - updated 2/2010
This section will include summaries from the literature on motor learning, the impact of exercise, and other interventions that would not be considered Ayres’ SI intervention because they do not meet the principles as outlined in this website.
Ensuring the Physical Safety of the Child - updated 2/2010
This document includes literature on factors related to exploration in children and risk taking in children.
Maximazation of the Child's Success - updated 2/2010
This document includes literature from the field of motor learning, regarding feedback from performance, and literature from the field of psychology/learning regarding scaffolding for successful performance and engagement. It also includes relevant literature on self esteem and how to best foster it.
Neuroscience and Other Research - updated 2/2010
This document includes neuroscience and other research which may be related to sensory processing and sensory integration theory.
Potential Impact of Poor Sensory Processing and of Traumatic Events - updated 2/2010
This section will include summaries of articles from the psychology literature on temperament, shyness, behavioral inhibition and what they term sensory processing sensitivity. Also will be included certain relevant abstracts regarding long term effects of childhood trauma if related to sensory processing in some way.
Provision of Sensory Opportunities - updated 2/2010
This document includes articles from the literature on specific sensory processing, outcomes of enriched environments, and effects of sensory deprivation.
Sensory-Motor Deficits with Varying Diagnoses - updated 2/2010
This document includes information related to sensory-motor deficits in children with developmental coordination disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autistic spectrum disorder.
Support of Optimal Arousal - updated 2/2010
This document includes summaries of articles on arousal and the neurobiology of arousal…suggesting that optimal arousal level is important for learning to occur.