activity demands

activity demands

the features of a task that influence the type and nature of effort required to carry out the task (activity).

ac·tiv·i·ty de·mands

(ak-tiv'i-tē dĕ-mandz')
Elements of an activity that must be present if it is to be executed successfully. These include the appropriate objects, space, social components, sequencing or timing, actions, underlying body functions, and body structure.
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This text shows occupational therapy students how to analyze activities using the components described in the activity demands section of the second edition of the author's text, Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process.
For the first time, IT leaders gain real time decision support to respond to current activity demands and anticipate technology requirements in the future based on forecasted business growth.
All this activity demands a highly organized staff and dependable drivers.
The ritual is one that requires enough concentration to preclude the clamour of daily concerns, but not so much that the activity demands all of our attention.
Britain must dismantle and recycle its own ageing fleet, in the correct environment and with the skilled, safety conscious workforce that this activity demands.
The on-going level of activity demands that we set ourselves more ambitious objectives.
Pagecount and its other free feedback mechanisms are designed to gauge and analyze web page visitor activity so users can customize their pages to meet activity demands.
Sophisticated criminal activity demands even more sophisticated investigative techniques to prevent it and apprehend the offenders," said IACP President Mary Ann Viverette, who is chief of the Gaithersburg, Md.
This sensitive area of activity demands the complete mastery of highly sophisticated technologies including the design of security procedures using exclusive algorithms, the generation of latent imagery, the printing of variable optical marks and hologram embedding.