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|Notes:||Imenen pokazalet︠s︡ s. 315-320.
Predmeten pokazalet︠s︡ s. 321-333.
|Description:||337 p. ill., diagr. 25.|
|Contents:||1. Contributors; 2. Introduction; 3. PART I. Introducing the matrix and multiple layers of intersubjectivity and empathy; 4. Prologue: From infant intersubjectivity and participant movements to simulation and conversation in cultural common sense (by Braten, Stein); 5. Applying developmental and neuroscience findings on other-centred participation to the process of change in psychotherapy (by Stern, Daniel N.); 6. The 'Russian Doll' model of empathy and imitation (by Waal, Frans B.M. de); 7. PART II. Mirror neurons and origins of neurosocial support of (pre)verbal intersubjectivity and altercentricity; 8. Mirror neurons and intersubjectivity (by Ferrari, Pier Francesco); 9. Human mirroring systems: On assessing mind by reading brain and body during social interaction (by Hari, Riitta); 10. Cues on the origin of language: From electrophysiological data on mirror neurons and motor representations (by Fadiga, Luciano); 11. Altercentric infants and adults: On the origins and manifestations of participant perception of others' acts and utterances (by Braten, Stein); 12. From speech to gene: The KE family and the FOXP2 (by Vargha-Khadem, Faraneh); 13. PART III. From preverbal to verbal intersubjectivity in child development; 14. Intersubjectivity before language: Three windows on preverbal sharing (by Meltzoff, Andrew N.); 15. Early speech perception: Developing a culturally specific way of listening through social interaction (by Conboy, Barbara T.); 16. On theories of dialogue, self and society: Redefining socialization and the acquisition of meaning in light of the intersubjective matrix (by Frones, Ivar); 17. The intersubjectivity of imagination: The special case of imaginary companions (by Papastathopoulos, Stathis); 18. PART IV. Applications and therapeutic implications; 19. When empathic care is obstructed: Excluding the child from the zone of intimacy (by Hundeide, Karsten); 20. Family disseminate archives: Intergenerational transmission and psychotherapy in light of Braten's and Stern's theories (by Cabassi, Andrea); 21. Reaching moments of shared experiences through musical improvisation: An aesthetic view on interplay between a musician and severely disabled or congenital deafblind children (by Kirkebaek, Birgit); 22. To sing and dance together: From infants to jazz (by Schogler, Ben); 23. On circular re-enactment of care and abuse, and on other-centred moments in psychotherapy: Closing comments (by Braten, Stein); 24. Author index; 25. Subject index|
|Series Title:||Advances in Consciousness Research.|
|Responsibility:||Ed. Stein Braten.|