Brain, dance and culture: the choreographer, the dancing scientist and interdisciplinary collaboration—broad hypotheses of an intuitive science of dance

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This article outlines a project that incorporates methods from phenomenology, cognitive ethnography and dance anthropology, as well as knowledge and theory from the neurosciences.

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