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  1. Re-educating attention: what is foresight and how is it cultivated?

    Chia, Robert
    No abstract available.

  2. A Whiteheadian approach to management education

    Chia, Robert
    No abstract available.

  3. The shaping role of Johan Christian Fabricius (1745–1808): William Hunter’s insect collection and entomology in eighteenth century London

    Hancock, E. Geoffrey
    No abstract available.

  4. The collection, the natural world. 2. Insects

    Hancock, E.G.
    No abstract available.

  5. Dance and the brain

    Grafton, S.T.; Cross, E.S.
    No abstract available.

  6. The landscape of cognitive neuroscience: challenges, rewards, and new perspectives

    Aminoff, Elissa M.; Balslev, Daniela; Borroni, Paola; Bryan, Ronald E.; Chua, Elizabeth F.; Cloutier, Jasmin; Cross, Emily S.; Drew, Trafton; Funk, Chadd M.; Gil-da-Costa, Ricardo; Guerin, Scott A.; Hall, Julie L.; Jordan, Kerry E.; Landau, Ayelet N.; Molnar-Szakacs, Istvan; Montaser-Kouhsari, Leila; Olofsson, Jonas K.; Quadflieg, Susanne; Somerville, Leah H.; Sy, Jocelyn L.; Uddin, Lucina Q.; Yamada, Makiko
    No abstract available.

  7. Building a dance in the human brain: Insights from expert and novice dancers

    Cross, E.S.
    No abstract available.

  8. Neurophysiological correlates of learning to dance

    Cross, E.S.; Ramsey, R.
    No abstract available.

  9. Observational learning of complex motor skills: dance

    Cross, E.S.
    No abstract available.

  10. Beautiful embodiment: the shaping of aesthetic preference by personal experience

    Cross, E.S.
    No abstract available.

  11. The impact of action expertise on shared representations

    Cross, E.S.; Calvo-Merino, B.
    No abstract available.

  12. Observing and learning complex actions: on the example of guitar playing

    Gardner, Tom; Cross, Emily S.
    With very little effort or thought, we can understand the goals and intentions of other people we encounter in our daily lives through watching their movements. In this chapter, we discuss the action observation network (AON ), which is thought to be a key player in linking action perception, production, and understanding. We focus on two prominent theories of AON function and detail how different kinds of experience (namely, physical and visual experience) shape AON engagement. We then highlight work done by our laboratory and others that uses complex guitar and dance training paradigms to trace the emergence of experience-dependent...

  13. Learning complex actions through physical vs. observational experience: implications and applications for dance and other performing arts

    Sumanapala, D.K.; Cross, E.S.
    No abstract available.

  14. Control and the constitutional accountability of the College of Justice in Scotland, 1532-1626

    Godfrey, Mark
    No abstract available.

  15. Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, respecting Crimes

    Chalmers, James
    No abstract available.

  16. Neurodevelopmental perspectives on dance learning: insights from early adolescence and young adulthood

    Sumanapala, Dilini K.; Walbrin, Jon; Kirsch, Louise P.; Cross, Emily S.
    Studies investigating human motor learning and movement perception have shown that similar sensorimotor brain regions are engaged when we observe or perform action sequences. However, the way these networks enable translation of complex observed actions into motor commands—such as in the context of dance—remains poorly understood. Emerging evidence suggests that the ability to encode specific visuospatial and kinematic movement properties encountered via different routes of sensorimotor experience may be an integral component of action learning throughout development. Using a video game-based dance training paradigm, we demonstrate that patterns of voxel activity in visual and sensorimotor brain regions when perceiving movements...

  17. The influence of sensorimotor experience on the aesthetic evaluation of dance across the life span

    Kirsch, Louise P.; Cross, Emily S.
    Understanding how action perception, embodiment, and emotion interact is essential for advancing knowledge about how we perceive and interact with each other in a social world. One tool that has proved particularly useful in the past decade for exploring the relationship between perception, action, and affect is dance. Dance is, in its essence, a rich and multisensory art form that can be used to help answer not only basic questions about social cognition but also questions concerning how aging shapes the relationship between action perception, and the role played by affect, emotion, and aesthetics in social perception. In the present...

  18. What did the rent strikers do next? Women and Housing struggles in Interwar Scotland

    Hughes, A; Wright, Valerie
    No abstract available.

  19. Urban regeneration in Glasgow: Looking to the past to build the future? The case of the ‘New Gorbals’

    Clark, Julie; Wright, Valerie
    The Gorbals area of Glasgow, Scotland, is widely regarded as a successful example of urban regeneration. However, this neighbourhood, like many similar working-class urban areas, has been subjected to repeated cycles of renewal. This chapter seeks to explore the history of a ‘successful’ regeneration, looking both spatially and socially at what has happened in Glasgow’s Gorbals over the long term. In the past, ‘regeneration’ was often a process enacted on behalf of residents by planners, architects and municipal authorities. We posit a multi-method approach, tracking changing policy ambitions, physical change, and exploring the resulting physical and social environments in order...

  20. Plasmodium experimental genetic crosses

    Ranford-Cartwright, Lisa C.; Hayton, Karen L.; Ferdig, Michael T.
    No abstract available.

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