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Towards a physiology of the F.M. Alexander Technque:

Subtitle:   a recors of work in progress
Author:   Stevens, Chris
Publisher:   STAT Books
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The book begins with a statement of Alexander's discovery in modern physiolocal terms. Even here ther is something new for many - the often forgotten importance Alxander placed on the legs, feet and arms. The book goes on to a short historical accoun t of scientific internist in the Technique with quotations. It the briefly outlines earlier experimental stdies into the Technique ant the author's reason for carrying out his research. Thjer the follows an account og the Author's experimental programme
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This is a description of research into the possible mechanism and effects of the Technique. The first part, "Experimental Studies" gives a brief resume of research to date, especially detailing Stevens' own research into, for example, 1) sway behavior in normal subjects and experienced Alexander students, and 2) height and shoulder width before and after Alexander lessons. The second part, "Alexander research in the light of current scientific concepts" contains descriptions of physiological mec... 
Pages: 118
Edition: Paperback
Published: 01.10.1995
Height: 210 mm
Width: 147 mm
Thickness: 7 mm
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