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Body feedback is the proprioceptive feedback that denominates the afferent information from position and movement of the body to the central nervous system. It is crucial in experiencing emotions, in forming attitudes and in regulating emotions and behavior. This paper investigates effects of dynamic body feedback on affect and attitudes, focusing on the(More)
1 The studies carried out belong to a psycholinguist project at the University of Heidelberg as part of a larger interdisciplinary national project (DFG) about the societal change of women's role in the workplace. Abstract: In two projects at the University of Heidel-berg we tested the video analysis software THEME (MAGNUSSON, 1997) in order to identify(More)
Research has shown that the United States lags many other countries in the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs). The U.S. has now embarked on a major effort to achieve "meaningful use" of health information technology by clinicians and hospitals. This issue brief describes the extent of meaningful use in three countries with very high levels of(More)
BACKGROUND Neurological abnormalities including a variety of subtle deficits such as discrete impairments in sensory integration, motor coordination (MOCO), and sequencing of complex motor acts are frequently found in patients with schizophrenia (SZ) and commonly referred to as neurological soft signs (NSS). Asperger-syndrome (AS) is characterized by(More)
Influence of passive versus active information access to hypertextual information resources on cognitive and emotional parameters. Abstract Learning with non-linear media has been one of the most prevalent topics in educational computing research during the last two decades. The present study examines the influence of navigation in hypertext learning(More)
From the 1970s on, case studies reported the effectiveness of therapeutic mirroring in movement with children with autism spectrum disorder. In this feasibility study, we tested a dance movement therapy intervention based on mirroring in movement in a population of 31 young adults with autism spectrum disorder (mainly high-functioning and Asperger's(More)
1 Monitoring students' collaboration in computer-mediated collaborative problem-solving: feedback approaches. Abstract The research describes a methodology for applying design-and management-based scaffolding techniques aimed to enhance cooperative behaviour. Based on assumptions of how successful online learning groups act together we developed(More)