Integrating mental imagery and fascial tissue: A conceptualization for research into movement and cognition
Mental imagery (MI) research has mainly focused to date on mechanisms of effect and performance gainsassociated with muscle and neural tissues. MI’s potential to affect fascia has rarely been considered. This paper conceptualizes ways in which MI might mutually interact with fascial tissue to support performance and cognitive functions. Such ways acknowledge, among others, MI’s…
The discovery of interoceptive receptors in human skin The established view is that touch is mediated by large diameter, fast-conducting peripheral nerves and there are areas in the body that are more densely innervated and more cortically represented such as the finger tips and the lips. However recent findings showed that there is another purpose…
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Lecture by Dr. Robert Schleip
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