Date of Defense

Summer 6-1986

Department

Occupational Therapy

Abstract

The purpose of this paper was to review the literature for evidence that circadian rhythms have an effect on productivity. The literature review included relevant research in the areas of human occupation, the development of time conceptually, performance, morning type - evening type, temporal isolation, and shift work. The implications for occupational therapy were in the areas of treatment performance of clients, hospital and other occupational therapy setting schedules, and therapists' circadian rhythms.

Access Setting

Honors Thesis-Campus Only

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