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  1. Ivar Hagendoorn (2012). Inscribing the Body, Exscribing Space. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 11 (1):69-78.
    The present paper briefly reviews recent advances in spatial cognition. A central tenet in spatial cognition is that spatial information is simultaneously encoded in multiple formats. It also appears that at the level of neural processing there is no clear distinction between the representation of space and the control of action. I will argue that these findings offer novel insight into the nature of dance and choreography and that the concepts used by cognitive neuroscientists to frame their findings can be (...)
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  2. Ivar Hagendoorn (2012). Introduction to the Special Issue on Dance and Cognitive Science. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 11 (1):1-3.
  3. Ivar Hagendoorn (2004). Some Speculative Hypotheses About the Nature and Perception of Dance and Choreography. Journal of Consciousness Studies 11 (3-4):3-4.
    Ever since I first saw a dance performance I have wondered why it is that I am sometimes fascinated and touched by some people moving about on a stage, while at other times it leaves me completely indifferent. I will argue that an answer to this question has to be searched for in the way sensory stimuli are processed in the brain. After all, all our actions, perceptions and feelings are mediated and controlled by the brain. The thoughts and feelings (...)
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  4. Ivar Hagendoorn (2001). Building Bridges. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 5 (12):548-549.
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