Discuss the relationship ofsystems theory to Roy Model.Based on assumptions of von Bertalanffy’sGeneral Systems TheoryBased on assumptions of Helson’sAdaptation-Level theoryHumanism
HumanismPhilosophy and psychology that recognizesthe person and subjective dimensions of thehuman experience as central to knowingand valuing.
Discuss the relationship ofsystems theory to Roy Model.Based on assumptions of von Bertalanffy’sGeneral Systems TheoryBased on assumptions of Helson’sAdaptation-Level theoryHumanismVeritivity
VeritivityPrinciple of human nature that affirms acommon purposefulness of humanexistence, activity and reactivity for thecommon good and value and meaning oflife.
Discuss the concepts ofadaptation model. Adaptive: Human system has the capacity to adjust effectively to changes in the environment and affects the environment. Promote survival, growth, reproduction & mastery.
System Set of parts connected to function as a whole for some purpose and through the interdependence of the parts. Input--Through put--Output--Feedback
Adaptive LevelChanging Point influenced by the demandsof the situation and the person’s internalresources, including capabilities hopes,dreams, aspirations, motivations.Represents the persons ability to respond.
Adaptive LevelThe response (output) or behavior is afunction of the input stimuli and theadaptation level.It is adaptive or ineffective.
Identify the environment as a significant concept of adaptation.Stimuli are environmental influences.3 type: focal contextual, or residual.
Focal StimuliInternal or external stimulus mostimmediately confronting the person
Contextual StimuliAll other stimuli present that contribute tothe focal stimuli.Influence how the person can deal with thefocal stimulus.
Coping MechanismsInnate or acquired ways of responding tothe changing environment.Innate are genetically determined orcommon to the species and automaticprocesses.Acquired are developed through learningand other process.
EmotionDefenses are used to seek relief fromanxiety
EmotionMake affective appraisal and attachments.
Identify the modes & submodes of the Roy Adaptation ModelAdaptive Modes--Behaviors– Physiological– Self-concept– Role function– Interdependence
Physiological-Physical Mode Needs of physiological integrityOxygenationNutritionEliminationActivity & RestProtectionSensesFluid, electrolyte, and Acid-Base BalanceNeurologic FunctionEndocrine Function
Self-Concept ModePsychological and spiritual aspects of theperson.Need for psychic integrity
Self-conceptComposite of beliefs and feelings that aperson holds about him or herself at a giventime.
Self ConceptPhysical Self– Body Sensations– Body Image