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Comparing Perceived and Actual Cognitive Lateral Bias in University Dance Majors
Author(s):Nigro, Haley; Nigro, Haley
Lateral bias (also referred to as lateral preference) is defined as an "innate bias for one side or the other" (Kimmerle, 2010). "Side" of the body is a reference to whether a movement is right dominant or left dominant ...
Effect of Dancers' Clothing on Perception of Performance Ability, The
Author(s):Brewer, Mariah; Brewer, Mariah
Dancers spend several hours a day training in studios where mirrors are present. Observations in the mirror serve as feedback for establishing line, unison, and clarity, and may also impact their perceived performance. As ...
Intersection Between Digital and Dance: The Digital Environment’s Impact on the Arts, The
Author(s):Ellis, Hannah J
The increased social media and digital presence within our society has had a huge impact on how dance is seen and sought after by society. The increased dance presence on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok are rapidly ...
Name it, Speak it, Act it
Author(s):Kelly, Laura; Kelly, Laura
This creative project is a dance performance piece I have choreographed to challenge the mindsets surrounding racism and white privilege, specifically the mindsets around these topics in the Rocky Mountain region of the ...
Schizophrenia: A Scientific and Artistic Review
Author(s):Moret, Marisa; Moret, Marisa
Schizophrenia is a neurodevelopmental psychiatric disorder affecting approximately 0.5-1% of the world's population. The symptoms of schizophrenia are positive, negative, and cognitive in nature, but the effects of ...