Chapter 18. Body memory as a part of the body image

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First outlining body memory from a phenomenological perspective, this chapter then relates that view with the information offered by neurosciences, especially with the work of Kandel (2007), and makes efforts to understand, what is the nature of connections between body memory and the body-self; is something one just experienced part of body memory immediately after the lived moment; and how body memory influences the responses and actions the body-self expresses. Through vignettes from a clinical dance/movement therapy (DMT) group, it is explored how patients encounter body memory related issues in DMT.


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