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performance

 [per-form´ans]
action taken to fulfill a task.
performance components formerly, in occupational therapy, aspects of functional ability required for occupational performance; they were grouped into sensorimotor, cognitive, and psychological subcategories.
ineffective role performance a nursing diagnosis accepted by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, defined as patterns of behavior and self-expression that do not match the environmental context, norms, and expectations; this may be a change in self-perception or perception by someone else, a denial of role, a conflict between roles, a change in capacity to perform a role, or some other change.
occupational performance in occupational therapy, performance of all the activities that make up the individual's lifestyle; see also performance components.
role performance the fulfilling of an expected pattern of behavior.

role performance

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as congruence of an individual's role behavior with role expectations. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Adaptive and proactive behaviors of work role performance are outcomes of high levels of engagement (Salnova & Schaufeli, 2008).
By understanding where to invest in tightly controlled performance standards (where it is acceptable to have more relaxed standards) and where to encourage variation, organizations can begin to leverage the risk associated with role performance variance.
Role Set, comprising the focal role (PBS faculty in this study) and other roles (within or outside PBS) with whom the focal role interacts during the course of his/her role performance, is identified.
Job engagement refers to one's psychological presence in role activities and may be an important ingredient for effective role performance.
Nonprofit organizations are positioned to facilitate older adult volunteers' role performance.
Preparing food for self and others can be a vital element of a person's life, involving productivity, role performance, self-perception and self-worth, cultural and social meaning and validation, and it is apparent that the seemingly simple task of preparing food takes on great significance for a person living with HIV, as they work towards regaining function.
Findings were explored in relation to carers' attachment style, role performance as assessed by senior foster care professionals and life experiences leading to secure or 'earned' secure adult attachment.
In essence, general role identity as a volunteer will predict volunteer role performance.
Already in Tranche 1 the integration of Paveway II, GBU-10 and GBU-16 is proving Eurofighter Typhoon's outstanding swing role performance.
In addition, to the motivational forces aroused by role pressures, there are important internal sources of motivation for role performance.
The study finds that transit boards' role performance is enhanced by board members' involvement in contextual, analytical, strategic, interpersonal, and political activities, but not by involvement in board educational activities.
Six significant differences on current rate of student role performance were indicated among the three groups.

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