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Body and mature behavior : a study of anxiety, sex, gravitation, and learning / by Moshé Feldenkrais ; foreword by Carl Ginsburg.

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. Frog, Ltd. c2005Description: 233 sISBN:
  • 1583941150
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 612.7/6 22
LOC classification:
  • QP360
NLM classification:
  • BF 698
Other classification:
  • Dode
Contents:
Degeneration and ignorance -- Some pertinent facts -- Fatigue -- Adaptation and correlation -- Learning-the uniqueness of man -- Conditioned reflexes and habits -- The antigravity mechanisms -- Erect posture and action -- Sensation and vestibular apparatus -- The body pattern of anxiety -- Motility and adjustment -- "Measuring" posture -- The sixth sense -- Normal gravitation adjustment -- Tonic adjustment -- Body and emotions -- Muscular habit and the sexual act -- Localization of functions and maturity -- Summary and review -- Conclusions
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Course literature 7 days Course literature 7 days Biblioteket Brinellvägen Vlbdb Feldenkrais Available 43731002302
Course literature 7 days Course literature 7 days Biblioteket Brinellvägen Vlbdb Feldenkrais Available 43731002301
Total holds: 0

Includes index

Originally published: London : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1949

Degeneration and ignorance -- Some pertinent facts -- Fatigue -- Adaptation and correlation -- Learning-the uniqueness of man -- Conditioned reflexes and habits -- The antigravity mechanisms -- Erect posture and action -- Sensation and vestibular apparatus -- The body pattern of anxiety -- Motility and adjustment -- "Measuring" posture -- The sixth sense -- Normal gravitation adjustment -- Tonic adjustment -- Body and emotions -- Muscular habit and the sexual act -- Localization of functions and maturity -- Summary and review -- Conclusions

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