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Intressante artikler fra og om kunstnere og forskningsfeltet

Fra nære samarbeidspartnere:

Koreograf Nønne Mai Svalholm: ALDRENDE AMATØRER ER DE NYE FORBILLEDER PÅ DANSESCENEN

Interview med koreograf Nønne Mai Svalholm: ”Kroppen bærer på alle mulige historier: aldring, sygdom, børnefødsler, osv. Det er fascinerende!”

Fra Den kulturella hjärnan:

Translating the use of an enriched environment poststroke from bench to bedside: study design and protocol used to test the feasibility of environmental enrichment on stroke patients in rehabilitation, Janssen et al, Int J Stroke 7: 521 (2012)

Case Reports Application of Adapted Tango as Therapeutic Intervention for Patients With Chronic Stroke, Hackney et al, J Ger Phys Therapy 35: 206 (2012)

Tai Chi improves balance and mobility in people with Parkinson disease, Hackney et al, Gait Posture 28: 456 (2008)

Effects of dance on movement control in Parkinson's disease: a comparison of Argentine tango and American ballroom., Hackney et al, J Rehabil Med 41: 475 (2009)

Effects of Dance on Gait and Balance in Parkinson’s Disease: A Comparison of Partnered and Nonpartnered Dance Movement, Hackney et al, Neurorehab Neural Repair 24: 384 (2010)

Impact of a weekly dance class on the functional mobility and on the quality of life of individuals with Parkinson, Heiberger et al, Front Aging Neurosci 3: 14 (2011)

A Feasibility Study of the Effects of Music and Movement on Physical Function, Quality of Life, Depression, and Anxiety in Patients With Parkinson Disease, Clair et al, Music and Medicine 4: 49 (2012)

Randomized Controlled Trial of Community-Based Dancing to Modify Disease Progression in Parkinson Disease, Duncan et al, Neurorehab Neural Repair 26: 132 (2012)

The Effects of Adapted Tango on Spatial Cognition and Disease Severity in Parkinson's Disease, Hackney et al, J Motor Behav 45: 519 (2013)

Superior sensory, motor, and cognitive performance in elderly individuals with multi-year dancing activities, Kattenstroth et al, Front Aging Neurosci 2: 31 (2010)

Six months of dance intervention enhances postural, sensorimotor, and cognitive performance in elderly without affecting cardio-respiratory functions, Kattenstroth et al, Front Aging Neurosci 6: 05 (2013)

Dancing for Balance: Feasibility and Efficacy in Oldest-Old Adults With Visual Impairment, Hackney et al, Nursing Res 62: 138 (2013)

The Neural Basis of Human Dance, Brown et al, Cerebral Cortex 16: 1157 (2006)

The Neuroscience of Dance, Brown et al, Sci Am 299: 78 (2008)

Anna Nordanstedt