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Fixing the mirrors: A feasibility study of the effects of dance movement therapy on young adults with autism spectrum disorder
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 movementExpand
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The joy dance Specific effects of a single dance intervention on psychiatric patients with depression
Abstract This study investigated the specific effects of a dance intervention on the decrease of depression and the increase of vitality and positive affect in 31 psychiatric patients with main orExpand
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Embodied Enactive Dance/Movement Therapy
Dance/movement therapy may be conceptualized as an embodied and enactive form of psychotherapy. The embodied enactive approach looks at individuals as living systems characterized by plasticity andExpand
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Embodied affectivity: on moving and being moved
There is a growing body of research indicating that bodily sensation and behavior strongly influences one's emotional reaction toward certain situations or objects. On this background, a frameworkExpand
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Overcoming Disembodiment: The Effect of Movement Therapy on Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia—A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial
Objective: Negative symptoms of patients with Schizophrenia are resistant to medical treatment or conventional group therapy. Understanding schizophrenia as a form of disembodiment of the self, aExpand
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Using Multimedia to Enhance Problem-Based Learning in Elementary School
A device for continuous. casting of workpieces has a melting crucible, a filling device, and a forming tool provided with a temperature control system. The temperature control system of the formingExpand
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(Self-)Evaluation of computer competence: How gender matters
Is the negative stereotype of women with regard to computer competence still exerting power in our society? In this study, 206 participants observed a target person (either a woman or a man) on aExpand
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Neurological Abnormalities in Recent-Onset Schizophrenia and Asperger-Syndrome
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 areExpand
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Arts and health: Active factors and a theory framework of embodied aesthetics
Abstract This article provides an approach to central specific active factors effective in the arts therapies that (a) can be distinguished from therapeutic factors present in other medicalExpand
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“We Dance and Find Each Other”1: Effects of Dance/Movement Therapy on Negative Symptoms in Autism Spectrum Disorder
The treatment of deficits in social interaction, a shared symptom cluster in persons with schizophrenia (negative symptoms) and autism spectrum disorder (DSM-5 A-criterion), has so far remainedExpand
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