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The Right Image

The Right Image

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Lunghezza: 114 pagine1 ora

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This is a how-to book about exercises and comparison activities that you can do, that capture mirror cells attention after a stroke. Mirror cells react when you look at a motor part, and pick up on your thoughts about motor images the same way you did before you were injured, The book focuses on two ways to get around having to view a perfect image, by using the intent theory, and by trying to show the brain that you can identify with these motor parts of the body again, This is done by focusing on having to look at the image, and needing to look at the image a certain way, to show mirror cells that you are in charge of the activity again, and that you want to include this side in the peripheral image, Mirror cells want you to return to the same kind of thought process, or at least appear that you are when looking at these two sides of the body, as you did before, so they believe you can use them the same way. This allows you to be able to compare how these images look, and work to be able to make them look identical in the peripheral image so you can attract mirror cells to your peripheral image more often. This improves your level of functioning on this side of the body.

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The Right Image

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Informazioni sul libro

The Right Image

Lunghezza: 114 pagine1 ora

Descrizione

This is a how-to book about exercises and comparison activities that you can do, that capture mirror cells attention after a stroke. Mirror cells react when you look at a motor part, and pick up on your thoughts about motor images the same way you did before you were injured, The book focuses on two ways to get around having to view a perfect image, by using the intent theory, and by trying to show the brain that you can identify with these motor parts of the body again, This is done by focusing on having to look at the image, and needing to look at the image a certain way, to show mirror cells that you are in charge of the activity again, and that you want to include this side in the peripheral image, Mirror cells want you to return to the same kind of thought process, or at least appear that you are when looking at these two sides of the body, as you did before, so they believe you can use them the same way. This allows you to be able to compare how these images look, and work to be able to make them look identical in the peripheral image so you can attract mirror cells to your peripheral image more often. This improves your level of functioning on this side of the body.

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