Helen E. Payne

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Selective attention is critical for controlling the input to mental processes. Attentional mechanisms act not only to select relevant stimuli but also to exclude irrelevant stimuli. There is evidence that we can actively ignore irrelevant information. We measured neural activity relating to successfully ignoring distracters (using preview search) and found(More)
This paper explores the ways in which the discipline of Authentic Movement (Pallaro 1999) might be used as an avenue for developing the 'wise inner teacher/higher self' In the process of practising authentic movement there is an experience of being both a 'mover 'and a 'witness'. The author is proposing the witness may be similar to the benign 'observing(More)
Group A rotaviruses (GARV) are a significant cause of enteritis in young pigs. The aim of this study was to extend our understanding of the molecular epidemiology of porcine GARV in the UK by investigating the genetic diversity of GARV on a conventional farrow-to-finish farm. Faecal samples were obtained from six batches of pigs in 2009 and 8 batches in(More)
We measured behavioural performance and fMRI activity whilst old and young adults performed a temporal segmentation task ('preview search'). Being able to select parts of the visual world to be attended or ignored is a critical visual skill. Both old and young adults were able to improve their performance on a difficult search task when some of the(More)
This paper takes a new look at the methods of embodiment for psychotherapy supervision. It makes a rigorous distinction between knowledge derived via language and knowledge derived via the body without the intervention of conscious thought and above all language. In an account of a study whereby the principal researcher and her co researchers, all(More)
This paper reports quantitative results from a pilot study in primary care (PC) undertaken from 2004-2007. The intervention programme, derived from movement psychotherapy was termed " Learning groups: the bodymind approach, " and emphasized a verbal and non-verbal integrated model, awareness of the interrelationship between body and mind and a self-managing(More)
  • Rosemarie Samaritter, Helen Payne, Uk Affiliation, R A Samaritter
  • 2012
(2) ORBIS mental health services, youth department (NL) Rosemarie Samaritter is a registered senior dance movement therapist, psychomotor therapist and supervisor. She is working in outpatient settings in Dutch National Health Service institutions. She had been closely involved in the development of the first professional dance movement therapy education(More)
the first book on Dance Movement Therapy in Spanish ―El cuerpo en psicoterapia: La teoría y práctica de la Danza Movimiento Terapia‖ (The body in psychotherapy – Theory and practice of Dance Movement Therapy). As a co-founder she served as the president of the Spanish Association for Dance Movement Therapy, ADMTE for four years. She lectures in DMT at(More)