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Kinaesthetic intersubjectivity: A dance informed contribution to self-other relatedness and shared experience in non-verbal psychotherapy with an example from autism

Rosemarie Samaritter, Helen Payne
2013 The Arts in Psychotherapy  
During the one-sided intentionality from the therapist towards the patient, the aim is to bring about bodily-based change in intention and attention.  ...  The body-related primary interaction leads toward experiences of shared intentionality that later in development form the basis for shared representations and narrative practices.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aip.2012.12.004 fatcat:7py5fm7crjd77fkihwynxa7wai

Understanding Kinaesthetic Creativity in Dance

Stacy Hsueh, Sarah Fdili Alaoui, Wendy E. Mackay
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
We developed a series of parameterized interactive visuals and asked dance practitioners to use them in generating movement materials.  ...  We then propose a set of interaction design qualities to support kinaesthetic creativity.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the participants for their time and insights. We also thank the reviewers whose feedback have improved this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300741 dblp:conf/chi/HsuehAM19 fatcat:jb3aget7gbeejoqncukukmv2qe

Let's Improv It: The Embodied Investigation of Social Collaboration

Klara Łucznik, Abigail Jackson, Aska Sakuta, Eleonora Siarava
2017 Avant: Journal of Philosophical-Interdisciplinary Vanguard  
After a five-day practice-led investigation, a 20-minute improvised somatic movement score was developed with the aim of providing a novel experience of touch and movement.  ...  We see such participatory sessions, in which movement and embodied experience freely unfold in time and space, as a 'laboratory' in which we examine the underlying mechanisms of collaboration.  ...  on Experiences and Applications of Cognitive Innovation for the vivid response to the performative presentation.  ... 
doi:10.26913/80s02017.0111.0027 fatcat:rilxw6yuyral7fxhuxm7z7mk4m

Studying feasibility and effects of a two-stage nursing staff training in residential geriatric care using a 30 month mixed-methods design [ISRCTN24344776]

Elsbeth Betschon, Michael Brach, Virpi Hantikainen
2011 BMC Nursing  
N = 22 residents needing movement support are participating to this study.  ...  Methods/Design: Standard basic and advanced Kinaesthetics courses (each comprising four subsequent days and an additional counselling day during the following four months) are offered to n = 36 out of  ...  We thank all nurses, residents and leaders of the participating nursing home for their contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6955-10-10 pmid:21627823 pmcid:PMC3127836 fatcat:rp4tc2we3jcdvmhokxlfs265om

The feel dimension of technology interaction

Astrid Twenebowa Larssen, Toni Robertson, Jenny Edwards
2007 Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Tangible and embedded interaction - TEI '07  
The aim of the paper is to offer a way of looking at the role our haptic and kinaesthetic senses play in experiencing tangibles.  ...  We discuss the role these themes can play in our thinking about and exploration for, tangible and nontangible technology interactions.  ...  People's movement possibilities are based on their bodies, experiences and skills.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1226969.1227024 dblp:conf/tei/LarssenRE07 fatcat:bvityexbp5ffrlqvputduv7ixm

Coordinated Interpersonal Behaviour in Collective Dance Improvisation: The Aesthetics of Kinaesthetic Togetherness

Tommi Himberg, Julien Laroche, Romain Bigé, Megan Buchkowski, Asaf Bachrach
2018 Behavioral Sciences  
Togetherness in collective dance improvisation is kinaesthetic (based on movement and its perception), and so can be simultaneously addressed from the perspective of the performers and the spectators,  ...  We propose that kinaesthetic togetherness, or interpersonal resonance, is integral to the aesthetic pleasure of the participants and spectators, and that embodied feeling of togetherness might play a role  ...  (labodanse.org/ici) for their intellectual and logistical contributions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs8020023 pmid:29425178 pmcid:PMC5836006 fatcat:shjnejru35gbhcyheclk2vlzjm

The case for an embodied approach to listening. Bodies, technologies and perception

Andrea Giomi
2019 Hybrid  
Bodies, technologies and perception",  ...  They are based on the idea that the experience of the world is determined by the mutual interaction between the sensorymotor capacities of an organism and the environment in which it operates.  ...  In this framework, listening is interpreted as a multi-modal experience, oriented toward action and, in the final analysis, embodied.  ... 
doi:10.4000/hybrid.581 fatcat:jzktwf7e5ffk3p4nlu477hquoa

Moving beyond the mirror: relational and performative meaning making in human–robot communication

Petra Gemeinboeck, Rob Saunders
2021 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
Building on concepts from performativity, material agency, enactive sense-making and kinaesthetic empathy, our Machine Movement Lab project opens up a performative-relational model of human–machine communication  ...  AbstractCurrent research in human–robot interaction often focuses on rendering communication between humans and robots more 'natural' by designing machines that appear and behave humanlike.  ...  dance performer Audrey Rochette; De Quincey Co (dequinceyco. net), in particular director and choreographer Tess de Quincey and dance performers Linda Luke and Kirsten Packham; as well as dance performers  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-021-01212-1 fatcat:vaxmpxtixrbrnfz4df6pms6d5m

Groove Fields. Understanding the Dance Floor from an Art-Based Research Perspective

Sebastian Matthias
2021 Geography Notebooks  
In that way, the dance floor can be understood as a space of entanglements where acoustic, movement and kinaesthetic grooves mark and create a fluid territory of improvisational interaction and communication  ...  places them in the physical, anatomic and acoustic contexts of concrete dance situations.  ...  However, the timid nature of attempts to open the dance floor at the beginning of a party or the heaviness that arises when people leave the dance floor, point towards the basic need of a functioning interaction  ... 
doi:10.7358/gn-2021-001-matt fatcat:7gdwvuhk45fuhfqqxfq6zdhvpe

Contact Improvisation and Dance Narratives – Body Memory and Embodied Knowledge

Hilde Rustad
2019 På Spissen  
In making the argument that practicing CI creates experience and knowledge that become embedded in the body, I attempt to give the dancing body an "audible voice", and apply theoretical concepts that are  ...  This article concerns embodied knowledge closely connected to dance experience.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to thank the peer reviewers and editors for their work on this article.  ... 
doi:10.18862/ps.2019.502.3 fatcat:6jwzvurdjrcapa5lh3bq32bltq

Inventing and devising movement in the design of movement-based interactive systems

Lian Loke, Toni Robertson
2008 Proceedings of the 20th Australasian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction Designing for Habitus and Habitat - OZCHI '08  
The findings enabled us to develop methods and tools for creating and structuring new movements, based on felt experience and the creative potential of the moving body.  ...  This paper reports on a study that explored ways of inventing and devising movement for use in the design of movementbased interaction with video-based, motion-sensing technologies.  ...  in this field of movement-based interaction design.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1517744.1517769 dblp:conf/ozchi/LokeR08 fatcat:k2v7tzgujvefrmt6elwbb7pglq

The Relationship between Multiple Intelligences with Preferred Science Teaching and Science Process Skills

Mohd Ali Samsudin, Noor Hasyimah Haniza, Corrienna Abdul-Talib, Hayani Marlia Mhd Ibrahim
2015 Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn)  
The Relationship between Multiple Intelligences with Preferred Science Teaching and Science Process Skills  ...  Gardner and Hatch (1989) , people with kinaesthetic intelligence are sensitive to time and are skilful at using the whole body movement in a coordinated way and also good at manipulating objects by using  ...  Besides, this intelligence also allows people to learn through interaction with their environment and promotes understanding through concrete experience (McKenzie, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.11591/edulearn.v9i1.1118 fatcat:gbkde2m64rf7dj6gtosldo77fi

Becoming InterActive for Life: Mobilizing Relational Knowledge for Physical Educators

Rebecca J. Lloyd, Stephen J. Smith
2022 Frontiers in Sports and Active Living  
Consideration is given to the ways in which meaningful relational connections are formed in and through movement and how this learning prioritizes the InterActive Functions, Forms, Feelings and Flows of  ...  The overarching purpose of the InterActive for Life (IA4L) project is to mobilize relational knowledge of partnered movement practices for physical education practitioners.  ...  This counter-balanced, active and interactive, dance of kinaesthetic responsiveness was also described by Jessie, the female in the acroyoga partnership who assumes the role of the base.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fspor.2021.769031 pmid:35098118 pmcid:PMC8790280 fatcat:ln6v5d7qqrhufdtmobvywqqdoe

Expressive haptics for enhanced usability of mobile interfaces in situations of impairments [article]

Tigmanshu Bhatnagar, Youngjun Cho, Nicolai Marquardt, Catherine Holloway
2019 arXiv   pre-print
sunlight interfering with interaction) and visually impaired people.  ...  We explore technical solutions to this problem space and demonstrate our justification for a focus on the creation of kinaesthetic force feedback.  ...  In this paper, we discuss the first steps towards the design of a novel haptic force feedback mechanism and explore use cases for both situational and permanent disability.  ... 
arXiv:1904.06119v1 fatcat:kko2csv4jfgeplf3pzldu33tum

Mobility care in nursing homes: development and psychometric evaluation of the kinaesthetics competence self-evaluation (KCSE) scale

Heidrun Gattinger, Beate Senn, Virpi Hantikainen, Sascha Köpke, Stefan Ott, Helena Leino-Kilpi
2017 BMC Nursing  
Kinaesthetics is a training concept that provides theory and practice about movement foundations that comprise activities of daily living.  ...  Methods: The KCSE scale was developed based on an analysis of the concept of nurses' competence in kinaesthetics.  ...  We especially thank the kinaesthetics experts for their continued commitment and support of the study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12912-017-0257-8 pmid:29200963 pmcid:PMC5697076 fatcat:s4nfppzvyrcedo2w4nj7ipzpyi
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