Some Limitations of Useful Inquiry and Behavioral Taxonomies As Referents for Rehabilitation Practice

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Abstract

Within the context of rehabilitation psychology, an attempt is made to point out some shortcomings of useful research, such as behavioral taxonomies, as the field's predominant investigative emphasis. Specific attention is paid to the typological proposals of Scott and Safilios-Rothschild. Using these schemas, an effort is made to uncover the preeminent reasons for employing such investigative strategies, reasons which relate to the value laden manner in which rehabilitation researchers approach the phenomena of disability and rehabilitation.

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