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[Greek sōma, body; see soma1 + Greek aisthētikos, of sense perception; see aesthetic.]
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In spite of being easier to administer, these tasks do not allow the participants to access somaesthetic, vestibular, and proprioceptive information (21,22).
The cave viewers in viewing their films would have employed concepts of appearance and reality, and apparently possibility in the form of subjunctive conditionality as they projected the action of the animals in time within their imaginations, as well as somaesthetic appreciation of the paradoxical emotional experience of real fear at unreal things.
Scholars of philosophy and art offer perspectives on embodiment in philosophy and aesthetic experience, somaesthetic approaches to the fine arts, and somaesthetics in the photographic arts and the art of living.
Blake, "Somaesthetic disturbances in fibromyalgia are exaggerated by sensory motor conflict: implications for chronicity of the disease?," Rheumatology, vol.
Obeso, "The anatomical basis of somaesthetic temporal discrimination in humans," Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, vol.
Hojo, "Different responses to auditory and somaesthetic stimulation in patients with an excessive startle: a report of pediatric experience," Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.
I suggest that expressive movements should be discussed only when the basic technical skills have been developed and students are able to consciously consider expressive movements in their music-making through somaesthetic practice.
(25.) John Toner and Aidan Moran, "Enhancing Performance Proficiency at the Expert Level: Considering the Role of 'Somaesthetic Awareness'," Psychology of Sport and Exercise 16, no.
In this instance, that cross-disciplinary curriculum reflected the environmental design of the curriculum that via the walking expeditions stressed (children's) somaesthetic (e.g., Johnson, 2007; Shusterman, 2008), movement (Sheets-Johnstone, 2009), experiences (Brown & Payne, 2009).
Sensory and spatial components of somaesthetic deficits following right brain damage.
McCabe C, Cohen H and Blake DR (2007) Somaesthetic disturbances in fibromyalgia are exaggerated by sensory-motor conflict: Implications for chronicity of the disease?