Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience

Bläsing B (2017)
In: The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing. Karkov V, Oliver S, Lycouris S (Eds); Oxford University Press: 41-56.

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Bläsing B. Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience. In: Karkov V, Oliver S, Lycouris S, eds. The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing. Oxford University Press; 2017: 41-56.
Bläsing, B. (2017). Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience. In V. Karkov, S. Oliver, & S. Lycouris (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing (pp. 41-56). Oxford University Press.
Bläsing, B. (2017). “Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience” in The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing, Karkov, V., Oliver, S., and Lycouris, S. eds. (Oxford University Press), 41-56.
Bläsing, B., 2017. Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience. In V. Karkov, S. Oliver, & S. Lycouris, eds. The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing. Oxford University Press, pp. 41-56.
B. Bläsing, “Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience”, The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing, V. Karkov, S. Oliver, and S. Lycouris, eds., Oxford University Press, 2017, pp.41-56.
Bläsing, B.: Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience. In: Karkov, V., Oliver, S., and Lycouris, S. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing. p. 41-56. Oxford University Press (2017).
Bläsing, Bettina. “Dance in the body, the mind and the brain: neurocognitive research inspired by dancers and their audience”. The Oxford Handbook for Dance and Wellbeing. Ed. V Karkov, S Oliver, and S Lycouris. Oxford University Press, 2017. 41-56.
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