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Chapter 8. Sound joined actions in rowing and swimming

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The present chapter introduces the method of sonification as a tool for studying intercorporeality and enactment. We show that auditory movement information can support motor perception as well as the control of movements, and explain these effects by mechanisms which are consistent with the enactment approach. Providing additional auditory information about a movement enables the acting individual as well as observers to perceive the movement in exactly the same way via audition. Thus, a sonification can establish a common percept for all interaction partners, which corresponds well to the concept of intercorporeality. Furthermore, we show that sonifications can be specifically designed to constitute a variety of frameworks for the analysis of interpersonal coordination and intercorporeality.

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