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Digitalization of public spaces: sensory and emotional issues in people's relationships to places

Emeline Bailly, Dorothée Marchand
2021 Articulo: Journal of Urban Research  
We question digital urban experiences, taking into consideration the representations and affects that guide them, the meaning of spaces that those experiences create, as well as the socio-spatial and temporal  ...  These affective relationships create images and representations, sensations and affects blending the ideal city with experience, a city of representations with its narrative.  ... 
doi:10.4000/articulo.4785 fatcat:vmoqltlbznfl7kctsw26r2re3u

A Multidimensional, Multisensory and Comprehensive Rehabilitation Intervention to Improve Spatial Functioning in the Visually Impaired Child: A Community Case Study

Federica Morelli, Giorgia Aprile, Giulia Cappagli, Antonella Luparia, Francesco Decortes, Monica Gori, Sabrina Signorini
2020 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
In this work, we present a case study of a visually impaired child enrolled in a newly developed re-habilitation intervention aimed at improving the overall development through the diversification of re-habilitation  ...  , to improve adaptive abilities across development, (c) multisensory, to promote the integration of different perceptual information coming from the environment.  ...  We also wish to thank all the professionals who share everyday life with us and the Mariani Foundation for its ongoing support.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2020.00768 pmid:32792904 pmcid:PMC7393219 fatcat:nigymgythzdgnljebpmclznqha

From environmental stress to spatial expulsion – rethinking concepts of socio-spatial exclusion in later life

Anna Wanka, Thibauld Moulaert, Matthias Drilling
2018 International Journal of Ageing and Later Life  
Gerontology has a longstanding tradition of researching the relationship between older adults and their socio-spatial environments.  ...  However, environmental gerontology often shares a positivistic understanding of space as either a "prosthetic" or a stressor and consequently searches for the "best fit" between a person and their environment  ...  The collaboration of the authors has been made possible through this research network as well. For further details on ROSENet, see: www.rosenetcost.com.  ... 
doi:10.3384/ijal.1652-8670.18402 fatcat:7c4a6tu7gbbalodkqpiqk7drsa

The relationship between mirror-touch synaesthesia and empathy: New evidence and a new screening tool

Jamie Ward, Patricia Schnakenberg, Michael J Banissy
2018 Cognitive Neuropsychology  
activity in shared selfother representations (including a mirror system for touch, but also includes other kinds of vicarious experience).  ...  In terms of theoretical models, we propose that this is more consistent with a qualitative difference in the ability to selectively inhibit the other and attending to the self, which leads to heightened  ...  One process thought to be important for this is the ability to co-represent the experiences of other people by matching the observed state onto representations of our own first-hand experiencea process  ... 
doi:10.1080/02643294.2018.1457017 pmid:29770733 fatcat:s5nyaw6omnefnin7i3rrfv7qdy

A Heart-Centered Stance: Receptivity to Algebra Teachers' and Students' Multidimensional Experiences

Nicole Fonger
2021 Journal of Humanistic Mathematics  
and exemplify two tenets of a heart-centered stance: multidimensionality of experience and receptivity to relatedness.  ...  that are receptive to the mathematical experiences of teachers and students in our local communities.  ...  the multidimensionality of doing mathematics in classroom spaces.  ... 
doi:10.5642/jhummath.202101.12 fatcat:n2f67fkexbbjdmlq5xvozvbaji

A Guide to Representational Similarity Analysis for Social Neuroscience

2019 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
Social neuroscience is a field that can particularly benefit from incorporating RSA techniques to explore hypotheses regarding the representation of multidimensional data, how representations can predict  ...  Representational similarity analysis (RSA) is a computational technique that uses pairwise comparisons of stimuli to reveal their representation in higher-order space.  ...  Acknowledgements The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsz099 pmid:31989169 pmcid:PMC7057283 fatcat:ndq3ausqrzc4jfpnz5yarj4u6q

Embodied Othering Encounters with Muslim(‐Looking) Passengers: Riding across Amsterdam, Tallinn, Leipzig, and Turku 1

Reza Shaker, Annika Jungmann, Philipp Zimmermann, Lotta Häkkinen, Tauri Tuvikene
2022 Sociological forum (Randolph, N.J.)  
understanding European cities in their complexities, we present public transport as a cross-cultural meeting place with socio-spatial negotiations of difference to study everyday travel experiences of  ...  Taking the Muslim Other into consideration, we explore young Muslim(looking) passengers' everyday Othering encounters within the (im)mobile spaces of public transport that entangle their bodies with different  ...  Corporeal Otherings are those representational socio-spatial practices of exclusion, the lived moments that are tangible to bodies.  ... 
doi:10.1111/socf.12804 fatcat:ibyq3yesw5gcliydzwbnycthbm

Activity-Travel Behaviour, and Daily and Global Well-Being

Muhammad Isran Ramli, Dimas Endrayana Dharmowijoyo, M. Raza Ul Mustafa, I. Bin Othman, M. Latheef, D. Bayu Endrayana, N. Zulaikha Bt Yusof
2018 MATEC Web of Conferences  
Using a hierarchical SEM and multidimensional 3-week household time-use and activity diary, this study investigated how interaction of individuals' daily travel parameters, time-use and activity participation  ...  For policy implementations, this study can say that providing more opportunities for undertaking out-of-home activities such as out-of-home leisure, sport and grocery shopping with time-use policy and  ...  However, previous studies rarely touched the inclusion of day-to-day of individuals' activity-travel behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201820305004 fatcat:5gvhlugj3rhqrhrxff3fciprbq

'White People All Over': Refugee Performance, Fictional Aesthetics, and Dramaturgies of Alterity-Empathy

Szabolcs Musca, Graça P. Corrêa
2020 Contemporary Theatre Review  
In this article, we critically revisit Passajar, both performance-process and performance-product, focusing on three interlinked issues evoked by our experience of closely observing the creative process  ...  Facilitated and curated by the festival's artistic director, Madalena Victorino, this multidimensional performance work was an important (albeit limited) experiment in searching for potential new forms  ...  Passajar's performance opened up an affective and ethical space of experience for the practice of both self-transformation and empathy towards alterity.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10486801.2020.1762580 fatcat:jog2hatxzfcyxefisthwjrd7by

Multimedia Interventions for Neurodiversity: Leveraging Insights from Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience to Build an Innovative Practice

Teresa Farroni, Irene Valori, Laura Carnevali
2022 Brain Sciences  
However, there has been little progress in developing interventions that go beyond the patient's diagnosis or the fascination of technology and rather spring from a deep understanding of the specific neuropsychological  ...  Finally, we focus on some practical examples of multimedia and virtual reality activities we have designed to stimulate bodily-self experiences, which are crucial for building up a coherent sense of self  ...  Thanks to Franco Lenarduzzi, mayor of the town of Ruda, for hosting our laboratory in public spaces. We are deeply thankful to Beneficentia Stiftung Foundation for financing our projects.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci12020147 pmid:35203911 pmcid:PMC8870117 fatcat:y2pffh5mazaolinuurtvfllx24

Rethinking Image of the City in the Information Age

Sarah Abdullah Al-ghamdi, Fahad Al-Harigi
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
Legibility, mapping, meaning and experience of the space are all significant issues that need to be readdress order to understand how the new image of the city is forming.  ...  The emergence of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) and corresponding socio-physical changes have affected almost every aspect of contemporary urban life together and the perce of the city.  ...  Even theoretical frameworks and methodolo applied varies to include; the rules of Gestalt, S syntax, multidimensional scaling of Q-Analysis Sk Maps spatial representation theories…etc.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.09.018 fatcat:nobbflmlkfanxd5gwv7axajciq

The mindedness of maternal touch: An investigation of maternal mind-mindedness and mother-infant touch interactions

Laura Crucianelli, Lisa Wheatley, Maria Laura Filippetti, Paul M. Jenkinson, Elizabeth Kirk, Aikaterini (Katerina) Fotopoulou
2018 Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience  
state, by coding the contingency of maternal verbal statements towards the infants' needs and desires.  ...  We found that frequent non-attuned mind-related comments were associated with touch behaviours that were not contingent with the infant's emotions; ultimately discouraging affective tactile responses from  ...  ExcitatoryTouch that is contingent with the infant's experience and elicits positive affect in the infant, such as: Type of maternal touch Description Incidental Touch that occurs by way of actions  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2018.01.010 pmid:29402735 pmcid:PMC6347578 fatcat:s3ckrloewfgrnj625moqg2c3ie

Digital Learning Experience in Museums: Cultural Readings in a Virtual Environment

Nuray MAMUR, Vedat ÖZSOY, İ̇brahim KARAGÖZ
2020 International Journal of Contemporary Educational Research  
In the study, teachers were motivated to incorporate social and personal contexts into their readings of the object-space-representation.  ...  The study is a case study and teachers" readings related to the object and representation in the virtual museum and their VR museum experiences formed the units of analysis in the study.  ...  Acknowledgements or Notes This study was produced from a research project (118B030) granted by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBİTAK).  ... 
doi:10.33200/ijcer.799643 fatcat:ig4q4t3x6zfwlpx5x5k6aa6awa

O MODELO MULTIDIMENSIONAL DE ANÁLISE ARGUMENTATIVA: UMA INTRODUÇÃO

Paulo Roberto GONÇALVES-SEGUNDO
2020 Alfa: Revista de Lingüística  
RESUMO Nosso objetivo, neste artigo, é discutir um modelo multidimensional de análise que considere a ancoragem discursiva, cognitiva e multimodal da atividade argumentativa.  ...  Por fim, ilustramos o funcionamento do modelo por meio de uma análise multidimensional de um movimento argumentativo extraído de uma entrevista televisiva com um político brasileiro em contexto de campanha  ...  , 2014; LANGACKER, 2008; BARSALOU, 1999) . 17 Socio-Affective Grounding The study of the socio-affective grounding of argumentation concerns the role of the arguer's construction of authority, credibility  ... 
doi:10.1590/1981-5794-e11666 fatcat:lrwjhwdvmfdl5oodgqjoxnt5la

Embodied techno-space: An auto-ethnography on affective citizenship in the techno electronic dance music scene

Martin Zebracki
2016 Emotion, Space and Society  
affective experience as immanently lived in my body and, thus, situated within my intersecting roles of researcher, observer, participant and insider which cross the self, the other, the human and  ...  I felt that my study on socio-sonic dance space was a Ôbody openerÕ to grasping the (e)motional multi-dimensionality of affective citizenship.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.emospa.2016.03.001 fatcat:bupz2p5rbfemdepdl4yrypdgay
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