Trujillo, Leonard

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Evaluating the effectiveness of the interactive Metronome in improving life satisfaction and reducing loss of attention in marines with mild traumatic brain injuries associated with post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms: a pilot study of protocols 2011 83423 The purpose of this pilot study was to evaluate if the series of protocols using the Interactive Metronome® and TRX® Suspension Training developed for mild traumatic brain injury associated with post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms is an effecti...
The effects of the Interactive Metronome℗ʼ as an intervention tool on decreasing levels of aggression and improving life satisfaction with mild traumatic brain injury and post- traumatic stress disorder clients: a pilot study of protocols 2011 83423 Director of Thesis: Dr. Leonard Trujillo Major Department: Occupational Therapy The purpose of this study was to validate the protocols created for the Interactive Metronome® (IM®) and TRX® Suspension Training (TRX®) system for use with clients d...
The use of a personal fitness device in conjunction with online social networking as an effective delivery system for occupational therapy community practice to enhance an individual's personal occupation and self-efficacy 2011 83423 Participants wore a pedometer tracking device "fitbit" and participated in an on-line social support group daily. Data was collected through the "fitbit" including steps taken and distance traveled. Participants completed an on-line survey measuring ...
Visual Perception in School-Aged Children: A Psychometric Study of the Correlation between Computer-based and Paper-based Scores on the Motor-Free Visual Perception Test 3rd Edition 2012 83423 Visual perceptual skills are often assessed using paper-and-pencil tests such as the Motor-Free Visual Perception Test 3rd Edition (MVPT-3). A computer-based version of this assessment was independently developed. This study aimed to establish its re...