Percept Mot Skills. Aug;91(1) Re-evaluating Rudolf Laban’s choreutics. Longstaff JS(1). Author information: (1)Laban Centre London, City. Get this from a library! Choreutics. [Rudolf von Laban; Lisa Ullmann]. Rudolf Laban’s choreutics frequently uses a full-body sized kinesphere surrounding the person, with directions judged from an an egocentric reference system.

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Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Rudolf von Laban ; Lisa Ullmann Publisher: An experiment demonstrated that kinesthetic spatial information is organised into cognitive choreuutics and that choreutic material and Labanotation symbols can be advantageously used in chodeutics research. Choreutic topological forms deflecting across various kinespheric nets are analogous to N. Some features of WorldCat will not be available.

The E-mail message field is required. Kinesthesia was identified as arising from sensory receptors throughout the body. Bodily perspective — IX.


Bernstein’s description of the “net of the motor field Kinesthetic space was defined as spatial information derived from kinesthesia.

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Pt I A new aspect of space and movement I. Kinesthetic spatial cognition was defined as cognitive processes eg.

Finding libraries that hold this item Exploration of the dynamosphere — IV. Advanced Search Find a Library. Cubic and spheric forms of the scaffolding — XI. An experiment attempted to identify prototypes in kinesthetic spatial cognition. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item The standard scale — VIII. Close similarities were identified between choreutic polyhedral-shaped cognitive maps of the “kinesphere” and the “trajectory formation” model.

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The body and trace-forms — VI. Similar spatial prototypes were identified in visual spatial cognition, a kinesiological analysis supported the bodily tendency towards deflections, and this concurred with ergonomic measurements of the shape of the workspace.

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Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London Abstract The choreutic conception of the spatial aspect of body movements originated by Rudolf Laban was reevaluated according to cognitive and motor control research. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Home About Help Search. You already recently rated this item. Elements of the choreutic conception were psychologically validated since they are also well identified in cognitive and motor research.

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