Full metadata record
|dc.identifier.citation||한국무용교육학회지, v. 29, No. 4, Page. 47-60||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||Human has a formidable ability that can control his/her own body to perform numerous numbers of skilled behaviours which appropriate to his/her own culture. This can be explained as embodied cognition. Dancers’ numerous movement repertories are highly skilled, and very accurate and complicate that require high control ability. Apart from this control ability, dancers also possess employing space-time, creative thinking for choreography that can offer un unique model to explore how dancer can integrate space-time and skilled movement. Human brain develops a specific process but it has the plasticity which continuously changes with learning and interaction with the environment and people. Dancers, who live with unspeakably fast or complex skilled movements production and re-production, clearly have the plasticity. Dancers who are composed of bodily knowledge, have a huge potential to neuroscientists to explore how the complicate movements can be learned, memorised, re-produced through dancers’ control ability and brain plasticity. Therefore, this study aims to provide the basis for interdisciplinary research of dance and neuroscience to vitalise dance research in terms of embodiment, bodily knowledge and brain. Firstly, to provide the basis of interdisciplinary research for dance, it explores the impotance of the integrating body and brain, and dancers’ embodied cognition. Secondly, it discusses the intimate relationship between seeing dance and doing dance to understand dancers’ brain networks. Thirdly, for the communication of the dancer and the audience, it depicts kinesthetics and cognition of intersubjective-ity within a neuroscientific way.||en_US|
|dc.title||체화된 인지를 통한 무용과 신경과학 학제간 연구 고찰||en_US|
|dc.title.alternative||A study on interdisciplinary research for dance and neuroscience with embodied cognition||en_US|
|dc.sector.daehak||COLLEGE OF SPORTS AND ARTS[E]||-|
|dc.sector.department||DEPARTMENT OF DANCE AND PERFORMING ARTS||-|
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.