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of or relating to the human body

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affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit

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Place of electroconvulsive therapy among the somatic treatments at an academic inpatient psychiatry unit.
Of particular note is Chapter 9, which examines dance, somatics, and dance science in higher education over the past 100 years at the University of Illinois, Urbana.
This paper presents examples of methods for collecting and analyzing somatic and affective field experiences, occurring during the simultaneous interpreting of church services, as well as the insights gained from the analysis of such experiences.
Bacteriological bulk tank milk quality from dairy farmas with high and low somatic cells counts in the central dairy area of Argentina.
"I've always been involved and interested in somatics, and research and writing now will take the forefront in my career."
Somatics: reawakening the mind's control of movement, flexibility and health.
Displacement and the somatics of postcolonial culture.
Rifkin's first chapter, "The Somatics of Haunting: Embodied Peoplehood in Qwo-Li Driskill's Walking with Ghosts;' which was previously published in Qwo-Li Driskill, Chris Finley, Brian Joseph Gilley, and Scott Morgensen's important collection Queer Indigenous Studies: Critical Interventions in Theory, Politics, and Literature (2011), analyzes Driskill's 2005 poetry collection as a counterpoint to two Cherokee Nation legislative decisions.
Then, an electrical stimulus was delivered via bifrontotemporal electrodes using a Thymatron System IV, ECT Instrument (Somatics Inc., Lake Bluff, IL, USA).
And thus, in a classroom or workshop, one can implement a set of 'exercises for fortitude' that can begin with pushups, instructing by example on how to properly do a pushup, and perhaps a discussion about the specific muscles involved (the triceps in the arms, the pectoralis major in the chest, the abdominals in the stomach region with secondary support by all the muscles of the back and legs, including, multifidi, gluteals, hamstrings, and gastrocnemius in the legs.) In this way, the students learn experiential anatomy and somatics while they are doing the exercise.
It is precisely at the pursuit of this richer language, and a richer understanding of music, sound, and the erotics, somatics, and temporalities of traumatic memory in general, that this essay is aimed.
"Estrangement, Infection, Laughter, Somatics, Tolstoy: A Forum with Caryl Emerson and Douglas Robinson." Comparative Literature Studies 47.2 (2010): 200-220.
Gender JUST (Chicago); Generative Somatics (national); Generation Five