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Body memory, metaphor and movement

Author: Sabine C Koch
Publisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2013.
Series: Advances in consciousness research, v. 84
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Pbk edView all editions and formats

With contributions from philosophers, cognitive scientists, and movement therapists, this title provides a definition of body memory with its different typologies. It also inquires into the forms and  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Recueil de contributions (Descripteur de forme)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sabine C Koch
ISBN: 9789027213556 9027213550
OCLC Number: 870961884
Description: vii, 468 pages : illustrations, carte, figure, graph., tabl. ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Part I. Contributions from phenomenology; 3. Chapter 1. The phenomenology of body memory (by Fuchs, Thomas); 4. Chapter 2. Body memory and the genesis of meaning (by Summa, Michela); 5. Chapter 3. Kinesthetic memory: Further critical reflections and constructive analyses (by Sheets-Johnstone, Maxine); 6. Chapter 4. Comment on Thomas Fuchs: The time of the explicating process (by Gendlin, Eugene T.); 7. Chapter 5. Enduring: A phenomenological investigation (by Behnke, Elizabeth A.); 8. Chapter 6. Body memory and dance (by Alarcon Davila, Monica E.); 9. Part II. Contributions from cognitive sciences; 10. Chapter 7. Implicit body memory (by Jansen, Petra); 11. Chapter 8. Embodied concepts (by Bermeitinger, Christina); 12. Chapter 9. Cognitive perspectives on embodiment (by Jung, Christina); 13. Chapter 10. Dynamic embodiment and its functional role: A body feedback perspective (by Suitner, Caterina); 14. Chapter 11. Testing Fuchs' taxonomy of body memory: A content analysis of interview data (by Koch, Sabine C.); 15. Chapter 12. Metaphorical instruction and body memory (by Boger, Claudia); 16. Chapter 13. Body memory and the emergence of metaphor in movement and speech: An interdisciplinary case study (by Kolter, Astrid); 17. Chapter 14. Moved by God: Performance and memory in the Western Himalayas (by Sax, William); 18. Chapter 15. The memory of the cell (by Meyer, Ralf P.); 19. Part III. Contributions from embodied therapies; 20. Chapter 16. Sensation, movement, and emotion: Explicit procedures for implicit memories (by Caldwell, Christine); 21. Chapter 17. Memory, metaphor, and mirroring in movement therapy with trauma patients (by Eberhard-Kaechele, Marianne); 22. Chapter 18. Body memory as a part of the body image (by Pylvanainen, Paivi); 23. Chapter 19. The embodied word (by Panhofer, Heidrun); 24. Chapter 20. Emotorics: Development and body memory (by Shahar-Levy, Yona); 25. Chapter 21. The emergence of body memory in Authentic Movement (by Konopatsch, Ilka); 26. Chapter 22. Nakedness, hunger, hooks and hearts: Embodied memories and movement psychological processes in dance therapy and movement pedagogy (by Winther, Helle); 27. Chapter 23. Dance/movement therapy with traumatized dissociative patients (by Koch, Sabine C.); 28. Chapter 24. Focusing, felt sensing and body memory (by Kruithoff, Elmar); 29. Chapter 25. Mindfulness, embodiment, and depression (by Michalak, Johannes); 30. Part IV. Conclusions; 31. Chapter 26. Body memory: An integration (by Summa, Michela); 32. Authors notes; 33. Addresses for correspondence; 34. Index
Series Title: Advances in consciousness research, v. 84
Responsibility: edited by Sabine C. Koch [et autres].


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