アレクサンダー・テクニークの潜在的なメカニズム:包括的な神経生理学的モデルに向け

安川結花、後藤篤志、後藤遥は、アレクサンダー・テクニークの根底にあるメカニズムを説明する、ティム・カチャトーラ、パトリック・ジョンソン、ラジャル・コーエンによるキネシオロジー・レビューに掲載された最近の論文を翻訳しました。 ここで日本語訳を読む ここで英語の元の論文を読む ここで補足情報を読んでください Note: This post offers links to a translation of the recent kinesiology review article on the mechanisms of Alexander technique.

The Beginning of Understanding: A New Scientific Model of the Alexander Technique

Editor’s note: This is a lay summary of the new paper, “Potential Mechanisms of the Alexander Technique: Toward a Comprehensive Neurophysiological Model.” See the original paper for a full listing of references. Many of the studies briefly discussed here are described in detail in other posts on this site, linked […]

Potential Mechanisms of the Alexander Technique: Toward a Comprehensive Neurophysiological Model

By Timothy W. Cacciatore, Patrick M. Johnson, and Rajal G. Cohen Editor’s note: This is an excerpt of a new scientific model of the Alexander Technique published in the Kinesiology Review. A pdf of the full paper can be read here. Read a summary of the paper here. Read the […]

Video Symposium: Current Scientific Research and Models for the Alexander Technique

This symposium addresses a need for specific, up-to-date, science-based models to help AT practitioners to better understand what we are learning and teaching physiologically. better communicate with scientists, medical professionals, and AT colleagues. broaden the base of respect and understanding for our profession. This symposium was presented as a live […]

Study Summary: Lighten Up! Trying Hard to “Stand Up Straight” May Interfere with Balance

Does the way we attend to our posture affect our balance? Crucially, might some ways that physical therapists, fitness trainers, and movement teachers cue posture actually increase the risk of falls in their patients or students, especially older adults? These questions animate the latest study from Rajal Cohen’s team at […]

A History of Magnus in the Alexander Technique

Editor’s Note: “A History of Magnus in the Alexander Technique” was originally published in the AmSAT Journal, Vol 15, Summer 2019. pp. 29–35. pdf version The discovery by Rudolf Magnus of a “central control” for some postural mechanisms has been used by F.M. Alexander and others as scientific support or […]

The Science of Inhibition and End-gaining

Contents: Introduction AT Experiences of Inhibition and End-gaining The Science of Executive Function Working Memory Cognitive Flexibility Executive Inhibition Connecting Inhibition and End-gaining with the Science of Executive Function Experiments on Inhibition and End-gaining Dr. Rajal Cohen: End-gaining and Posture Dr. Ian Loram: Proactive Inhibition of Neck Muscle Activity  Dr. […]

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