Percept Mot Skills. Aug;91(1) Re-evaluating Rudolf Laban’s choreutics. Longstaff JS(1). Author information: (1)Laban Centre London, City. Get this from a library! Choreutics. [Rudolf von Laban; Lisa Ullmann]. Rudolf Laban’s choreutics frequently uses a full-body sized kinesphere surrounding the person, with directions judged from an an egocentric reference system.

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Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. These include how spatial information is defined relative to a reference system; kinesthetic spatial labah is based on a mental code of elemental locations; higher-order networks of locations are collected into map-like spatial images; and many symmetrical operations can be performed. The body and the kinesphere — III. Bernstein’s description of the “net of the motor field Please enter the message. Kinesthesia was identified labann arising from sensory receptors throughout the body.

Don’t have an account? An experiment demonstrated that kinesthetic spatial information is organised into cognitive categories and that choreutic material and Labanotation symbols can be advantageously used in experimental research. You may have already requested this item. Cancel Forgot your password? Advanced Search Find a Library. The choreutic conception of kinesthetic-motor space originally proposed by Rudolf Laban is given psychological validation through comparisons with similar conceptual models in spatial cognition and motor control research.


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Your rating has been recorded. Kinesthetic spatial cognition was defined as cognitive processes eg. Bernstein’s conception of the “co-ordinational net of the motor field The name field is required. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Natural sequences and scales in space — V. Details Additional Physical Format: This concept of kinesthetic spatial cognition has not been heretofore explicitly developed in cognitive science.


Natural sequences of the dynamosphere — VII. Rudolf von Laban Lisa Ullmann. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. In the body these are considered to choreurics prototypes for spatial paths used during adjustments of dynamic equilibrium. Similar spatial prototypes were identified in visual spatial cognition, a kinesiological chhoreutics supported the bodily tendency towards deflections, and this concurred with ergonomic measurements of the shape of the workspace.

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What is Rudolf Laban’s Choreutics?

Rudolf von Laban ; Lisa Ullmann Publisher: Highly differentiated systems of reference are distinguished. Exploration of the dynamosphere — IV.


Write a review Rate this item: Principles of orientation in space — II. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Map-like images of the kinesphere’ are lagan with polyhedral networks. The E-mail message field is required. Pt I A new aspect of space and movement I.

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Choreutic shapes performed by the body — XII. Laban, Rudolf von, The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

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The body and trace-forms — VI. Kinesthetic space was defined as spatial information derived from kinesthesia. Stabilishing and mobilising of trace-forms — X. Choreutic topological forms deflecting across various kinespheric nets are analogous to N.