kinesthesia


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Friden C, Saartok T, Backstrom C, Leanderson J, Renstrom P, 2003, The influence of premenstrual symptoms on postural balance and kinesthesia during the menstrual cycle.
"A UNIVERSAL HISTORY OF INFAMY," LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART "RADICAL WOMEN: LATIN AMERICAN ART, 1960-1985," HAMMER MUSEUM "RELATIONAL UNDERCURRENTS: CONTEMPORARY ART OF THE CARIBBEAN ARCHIPELAGO," MUSEUM OF LATIN AMERICAN ART "VIDEO ART IN LATIN AMERICA," LAXART "ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO," MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, LOS ANGELES "KINESTHESIA: LATIN AMERICAN KINETIC ART, 1954-1969," PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM "MEMORIES OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT," MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, SAN DIEGO For the complete list of exhibitions and participants, go to http://pacificstandardtime.org.
In our setup, the participants were instructed to keep their upper limb in the designated positions during the motion sequence allowing more natural kinesthesia. The correct motion sequence was nevertheless under the close surveillance of the examiner, positions were corrected via a goniometer, and evasive moments were prevented.
Zhu, "A novel calibration and task guidance framework for motor imagery BCI via a tendon vibration induced sensation with kinesthesia illusion," Journal of Neural Engineering, vol.
Haptic exploration and kinesthesia rely on the appropriate processing of proprioceptive information.
It would seem as if kinesthesia, or the sensing of muscular movement, though arising prior to language, should be made more highly conscious by linguistic use of imaginary space and metaphorical images of motion.
Proprioceptive symptoms are related to patient kinesthesia: that is, they are those that the patient reports feeling, such as burning, tightness, dryness, an itch and lump in the throat, a sore, sensitive or irritated throat [5], and a tickle, among others, while auditory symptoms refer to what can be heard and perceived by patients themselves, such as hoarseness, a weak voice, shakiness, and difficulty in reaching high notes, among others.
Kwan, a professional dancer, relies on personal kinesthesia to relate to five Chinese urban sites, and she summons "...the skills of the flaneuse to show how the pedestrian mover exerts a contradictory agency in response to the disciplining forces of the city" (Kwan 2013:101).
The tests of tactile-kinesthetic perception, Graphesthesia and Manual Form Perception, assess proprioception and kinesthesia and higher-level skills, such as tactile-kinesthetic memory, tactile-kinesthetic discrimination, stereognosis, and tactile-kinesthetic processing speed.
Dichgans, "A defect of kinesthesia in Parkinson's disease," Movement Disorders, vol.
Factors that increase the likelihood of experiencing handwriting difficulties include decreased eye-hand coordination, visual ability, kinesthesia, sensory awareness, motor planning, and posture (Cornhill & Case-Smith, 1996; Karlsdottir & Steffansson, 2002).
Proprioception has been defined by various authors as a combination of joint position, kinesthesia and also sensation of equilibrium contributing to postural control and sense of balance.
This tactile sensation, though, already leads toward a discussion of kinesthesia, the most underappreciated of our senses and surely the most critical in developing the technical skills to master any instrument.
Introducing new and varied neuromuscular patterning improves kinesthesia, proprioception, and motor skills for fall prevention, and that's just the short list.