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|dc.identifier.citation||한국무용교육학회지, v. 30, No. 4, Page. 99-112||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||Dance, which consists of various shapes and functions, is an universal arts form of human expression that connects to the social interaction. Generally speaking, it exists similar forms across the cultures and the dancers have highly coordinated bodies, flexibilities and aesthetic aspects that express the beauty. Dancers have a potential for neuroscience that aims at the emotional, communicational, aesthetic, and integrated research into the shared social aspects. The physical and artistic demands of dance have various cognitive abilities that can be explored by neuroscientific methodology. We ignore that our knowing which, is our very basic yet magical aspects, arises not only from the brain but throughout the whole body because learning, thinking, creativity, intelligence occur through our body. Sense, movement, emotion and the integrated function of the brain is based on the body. The experience enables human become human. We have to move. We have to make movement. We have to move to know, to experience, to understand and to live well. This study aims to contemplate the direction of the brain dance as a learning to enhance the cognitive development and address the logical basis of dance through exploring why our body is important for our cognition. This study explores firstly, the knowing through body to examine the importance of body in our knowing. Secondly, it depicts the dancer’s knowing with the embodiment system on the neuroscience perspective to discuss the integrated knowing of the brain and body. Finally, it examines the importance of movement for the brain development to address the basis of dance can help to improve the cognitive development and explores the brain dance, which appropriates for the human brain development.||en_US|
|dc.title||체화된 인지를 통한 뇌발달 무용 움직임 학습 연구||en_US|
|dc.title.alternative||A research into dance movement learning for the brain development through embodied cognition||en_US|
|dc.sector.daehak||COLLEGE OF SPORTS AND ARTS[E]||-|
|dc.sector.department||DEPARTMENT OF DANCE AND PERFORMING ARTS||-|
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