Dance Returns The Joy Of Movement To People With Parkinson's

If you pictured a dancer, you probably wouldn't imagine someone with Parkinson's disease. Worldwide, there are 10 million people with the progressive movement disorder, and they struggle with stiff limbs, tremors and poor balance. But over the past ...

Sep 27

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Why does dancing lead to bonding?

Studies show that dancing at parties and in groups encourages social bonding. Many researchers have argued that people experience a blurring of the self into their groups thanks to the synchronization that occurs while dancing. Yet it is also ...

Apr 25

Categories: Dance Therapy

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Psychologists uncover what your musical taste says about your ...

New findings tell us that from a person’s musical taste and ability, we can infer a range of information about their personality and the way that they think.

Nov 26

Categories: Dance Therapy

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