The task to graphically notate the embodied gesture of the dance movement in a way that creates resemblance between the experienced bodily movement
and its graphical expression is a challenging cognitive act.
3) 0: No pain--No sign or complaint of pain 1: Mild pain--Some bodily movement
or facial expression of pain 2: Moderate pain--Verbal expression of pain 3: Severe pain--Screams and overt bodily movements
For Lippit, bodily movement
in cinema is either on a profilmic register, or is bound up with movement within the body of its apparatus.
Intersubjectivity is our most fundamental way of accessing the world through bodily movement
On the basis of performed studies, it can be concluded that the closing of space after the extraction of the first permanent molars is partly a result of the bodily movement
, and partly of the inclination of the adjacent teeth, and it is in accordance with findings of other researchers [2, 3, 10].
A year ago he was diagnosed with progressive supranuclear palsy, which caused Mr Eames to lose almost all of his bodily movement
and, during the last weeks of his life, claimed his sight.
An important term the author uses to elaborate on habitus is 'musical physicalisation', which refers to 'any bodily movement
that occurs through music'.
In particular, I would urge that the fact that someone sank the Bismark entails that he moved his body in a way that was caused by mental events of certain sorts, and that his bodily movement
in turn caused the Bismark to sink.
Emery's experimentations in kinesis and bodily movement
, the modulation of light, atmosphere, and water have been in the forefront of modernism, and deserve rigorous art historical analysis.
For instance, on Davidson's view, we can distinguish between 1 and 2 by way of distinguishing between descriptions: one and the same event can have a physical description as a bodily movement
and a mental description as an action.
The design of edgewise bracket imposes a treatment regimen of bodily movement
This assumption is consistent with the standard definition of physical activity as a behavior that involves bodily movement
produced by contraction of skeletal muscles and resulting in increased energy expenditure above resting values .