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Novel Exercise Program May Trump Meds for Dementia

By Caroline Cassels
Here is a Press Release on a New Study that demonstrates the effectiveness of the Feldenkrais Method. The Feldenkrais Practitioner who collaborated in the study was Eveline Wu, a graduate of one of our Berkeley programs. She played a central role in writing and designing the program and is continuing to do more research.
Regards, David

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Well Connected Brains Make You Smarter in Old Age

Published on Science Daily, May 23, 2012
www.sciencedaily.com

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Persistent Changes to Sensory Experience can Promote Rewiring of Aging Brain

Published in the May 24, 2012 issue of Neuron, the study was conducted by researchers at the Max Planck Florida Institute (MPFI) and at Columbia University in New York.
Neurosciencenews.com

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External Focus Improves Postural Stability in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

Published by Science Daily

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Brain Fitness Program

A PBS Transcript about Neuro-plasticity
Narrated by Peter Coyote
With Sharon Begley, Senior Health & Science Correspondent, Reuters and author of The Mind and the Brain; Dr. Willian Jagust, Professor, University of California-Berkeley; and Dr. Arthur Toga, Professor, UCLA Laboratory of Neuro Imaging

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Balancing Act

About neuroplasticity.

By Madeline Fisher
This article was originally published in On Wisconsin Magazine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The editors have granted permission to post it.
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to see the original posting of the article.

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Back to Oneself: Sensory Motor Learning Applied in Patients with Nonspecific Low Back Pain

By Christina Schön-Ohlsson

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How the Body in Action Shapes the Self

By Vittorio Gallese and Corrado Sinigaglia
Published by Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2011

Vittorio Gallese
University of Parma, Department of Neuroscience
via Volturno 39, I-43100 Parma, Italy
vittorio.gallese@unipr.it

Corrado Sinigaglia
University of Milan, Department of Philosophy
via Festa delvPerdono 7, I-20122 Milano, Italy
corrado.sinigaglia@unimi.it

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The Development of Embodied Cognition: Six Lessons from Babies

By Linda Smith and Michael Glasser

Linda Smith
Psychology Department
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405
smith4@Indiana.edu, 812 855-6052

Michael Gasser
Computer Science Department
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405
gasser@Indiana.edu, 812 855-7078

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Neuroplasticity and the Feldenkrais Method

By Eileen Bach-y-Rita
feldenkraisathome.com

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