Attending to the process of changing behavior: A reply to Ives' commentary

Finding movement

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Journal Article

Authors:

Buchanan

Quelle:

(2003)

Abstract:

Author Keywords: dynamic systems theory; Feldenkrais Method (R); kinesthesia; perception-action <p>KeyWords Plus: MOVEMENTS; INFORMATION; DYNAMICS; SPEED </p><p>Addresses: Buchanan PA (reprint author), Indiana Univ, Sch HPER, Dept Kinesiol, HPER 112, Bloomington, IN 47405 USA Indiana Univ, Sch HPER, Dept Kinesiol, Bloomington, IN 47405 USA Univ Michigan, Div Kinesiol, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 USA </p><p>Publisher: AMER ALLIANCE HEALTH PHYS EDUC REC &amp; DANCE, 1900 ASSOCIATION DRIVE, RESTON, VA 22091 USA Subject Category: PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED; PSYCHOLOGY; SPORT SCIENCES IDS Number: 693LA ISSN: 0270-1367 </p>

Notes:

Buchanan, P.A., &amp; Ulrich, B.D. (2003). Attending to the process of changing behavior: A reply to Ives' commentary. <em>RESEARCH QUARTERLY FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT,</em> 74 (2), 124-126.&nbsp;&nbsp; Letter responding to a commentary on &quot;The Feldenkrais Method: a dynamic approach to changing motor behaviour&quot; by Jeffrey C. Ives which is published in the same issue.

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