Volume 8 Issue 1

Volume 8 Issue 1 (Brain, Body, Cognition – A continuation of Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation and Ergonomics) $100.00
Editorial – Synergy
Gerry Leisman

CASE REPORT

Beyond Somatoemotional Release in Craniosacral Therapy: Facilitating Movement
Annette BoVee-Akyurek

SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

Mechanisms of Dance in the Rehabilitation of Neurodegenerative Conditions
R. Barnstaple, M.E. Hackney, C Fontanesi, J.F.X. and DeSouza

Psychomotricity in Vestibular Dysfunction Therapy (VDT): A Collective Health Question
Paulo Bastos and Elisangela Hermes

Molecular and Cognitive Effects of Quadrato Motor Training in Adult Dyslexia: A Longitudinal Case Study
Loredana Verdone, Micaela Caserta, Valerio Vetriani, Joseph Glicksohn, Sabrina Venditti, and Tal Dotan Ben-Soussan

Integrating Yoga in the Classroom for Cognitive Stimulation for Self-Regulation and Attributional Retraining
Kimberly Dianne Seal Cassidy, Leah Livesay Brooks, Melissa Dawson Nelson, Darlene Long Lee

Divergent Thinking and Homolateral Interlimb Coordination among Mindful Movement Practitioners
Antonio De Fano, Federica Mauro, Manuela Modica, Caterina Pesce, Joseph Glicksohn, and Tal Dotan Ben-Soussan

Relearning like Babies Learn: A Sensory Augmentation Approach to Stroke Rehabilitation Using Wearable Technology
John Heng, Effie Chew, Christopher Wee Kong Kuah, Ling Zhao, Soh Yan Ming, Daphne Menezes, Ponvignesh Ponnusamy, and Subhasis Banerji

How is the Mind Present in Sensorimotor Learning? An Explanation in terms of Instrumental Representations
Hsi-wen Daniel Liu

Investigating the Role and Impact of Incoordination in Mental Health Conditions: Transystemutation Revealed
Paulene Helen Kamps

Biomechanics and Psychomechanics of Movement in Dance, Sport and Health Programs from the Point of View of Logic of Six Dimensional Coordinate System
Marina Alexandrovna Lobova

Chronic Itch-Scratch Behaviour Is a Cognitive Phenomenon Mediated through Neuroendocrine Receptors
Chan Kam Tim Michael

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

The Unknown Aspect of Brain Injuries: Delayed TBIs
Susana Stoica