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Mechanisms of Change for Children Participating in Therapeutic Horse Riding: A Grounded Theory

By R. A. Martin, F. P. Graham, W. J. Taylor, W. M. M. Levack

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Publication Title Phys Occup Ther Pediatr
Volume 38
Issue 5
Pages 510-526
ISBN/ISSN 0194-2638
DOI 10.1080/01942638.2017.1400492
Language eng
Author Address a MHealSc (Rehabilitation), DipPhys, Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit, Department of Medicine , University of Otago , Wellington , New Zealand.b BOccThy, Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit, Department of Medicine , University of Otago , Wellington , New Zealand.c MBChB, FRACP, FAFRM, Rehabilitatiomicronn Teaching and Research Unit, Department of Medicine , University of Otago , Wellington , New Zealand.d MHealSc (Rehabilitation), BPhty, Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit, Department of Medicine , University of Otago , Wellington , New Zealand.
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  1. Adolescents
  2. Children
  3. Disabilities
  4. Females
  5. Humans
  6. Learning
  7. Males
  8. Mechanics
  9. New Zealand
  10. Outcomes
  11. Rehabilitation
  12. self
  13. Theories
  14. Therapeutic horsemanship