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I. Introduction: Habits and Skills in Phenomenology and Embodied Cognition " There is no place in the phenomenology of fully absorbed coping " , writes Hubert Dreyfus, " for mindfulness. In flow, as Sartre sees, there are only attractive and repulsive forces drawing appropriate activity out of an active body ". 1 Among the many ways in which history(More)
This paper presents the results of a comprehensive empirical study of the impact of integrating complex game characters in multi-player Role Playing Games across tabletop and digital formats. Players were provided with characters that had detailed background history, personality and goals. Player and character personality were assessed using the Extended(More)
This study focuses in on a moment of live performance in which the entrainment amongst a musical quartet is threatened. Entrainment is asymmetric in so far as there is an ensemble leader who improvises and expands the structure of a last chorus of a piece of music beyond the limits tacitly negotiated during prior rehearsals and performances. Despite the(More)
This paper profiles meta-cognitive (affect-dysregulation, empathy and identity-concerns) and interper-sonal difficulties in both overt (ON) and covert (CN) narcissism. It explores mediation effects of meta-cog-nition in interpersonal difficulties. Participants (n = 177) completed self-report measures of ON and CN, affect-dysregulation, empathy,(More)
Why is another measure of disturbed eating necessary? While there is a growing literature identifying links between certain emotion regulation styles and eating disturbances, much contention and contradictory evidence exists regarding the distinction between different specific eating disorder (ED) diagnoses in such relationships. This is possibly due to the(More)
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