Quellenhinweise:
Literatur zu „Die Entdeckung des Unerwarteten“


Allison, Cindy (2008):
Recovering Motor Funktion after a Spinal Cord Impairment (SCI) – The Feldenkrais approach to sensory motor education


Blakeslee, Sandra & Blakeslee, Matthew (2009):
Der Geist im Körper. Das Ich und sein Raum. Spectrum Akademischer Verlag Heidelberg


Bost, H., Burges, S., Russell, R., Rüttinger, H., Schläfke, U. (1993):
Feldstudie zur Wirksamkeit der Feldenkrais-Methode bei MS-Betroffenen, Saarbrücken, DMSG-Landesverband Saarland e.V.


Buckard, Christian (2015):
Moshé Feldenkrais – Der Mensch hinter der Methode. Berlin Verlag


Calancie, Blair et al. (1994):
Involuntary stepping after chronic spinal cord injury: Evidence for a central rhythm generator for locomotion in man. Brain 117(5):1143- 1159


Cole, Jonathan (1995):
Pride and a Daily Marathon; foreword by Oliver Sacks. MIT Press Edition


Dimitrijevic, Milan, R. et al. (2006):
Evidence for a Spinal Central Pattern Generator in Humans. https://www.researchgate.net/journal/1749-6632_Annals_of_the_New_ York_Academy_of_Sciences Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 860(1):360-376


Doidge Norman (2014):
Neustart im Kopf. Wie das Gehirn sich selbst repariert. Campus Verlag


Doidge, Norman (2015):
Wie das Gehirn heilt. Neueste Erkenntnisse aus der Neurowissenschaft. Campus Verlag


Feldenkrais, Moshé (1978):
Bewusstheit durch Bewegung. Der aufrechte Gang. Suhrkamp


Feldenkrais, Moshé (1987):
Die Entdeckung des Selbstverständlichen. Suhrkamp
Titel der Originalausgabe: (1981): The Elusive Obvious, Meta Publication, Cupertino


Feldenkrais, Moshé (1992):
Das starke Selbst. Suhrkamp


Feldenkrais, Moshé (2013):
Verkörperte Weisheit. Verlag Hans Huber


Feldenkrais, Moshé (Band 1, 2005 bis Band 11, 2015):
Die Feldenkrais-Methode, Bewusstheit durch Bewegung. Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais in der Alexander-Yanai-Straße. München, FVD Feldenkrais-Verband Deutschland


Ginsburg, Carl (1986):
The shake-a-leg body awareness training program: dealing with spinal injury in a new setting. In: Somatics Vol V. No.4, Novato Institute for Somatic Researchs and Training, Novato


Graziano, Taylor, Moore (2002):
Complex Movements Evoked by Microstimulation of Precentral Cortex. Neuron, Vol. 34, 841 – 851


Huijing, Hollander, Findley, Schleip. (2007, 2009, 2012, 2014):
Fascia Research I bis IV – Basic Science and Implications for Conventional and Complementary Health Care. Elsevier München


Kandel, Schwartz, Jessell (1996):
Neurowissenschaften. Eine Einführung. Spektrum Heidelberg


Langevin, Helen (2007):
Connective tissue – a bodywide signaling network? In: Huijing et al. (2007): Fascia Research


Lipton, Bruce (2005):
The biology of belief. Unleashing the power of consciousness, matter and miracles. Hayhouse, Carlsbad


Lober, Irene (1988):
Auf eigenen Füßen gehen – Somato-psychologische Erfahrungen einer ehemals Querschnittgelähmten. Darmstadt, Der Grüne Zweig 131


Meert, Guido (2012):
Fluid dynamics. In: Huijing et al. (2012): Fascia Research


Merzenich, Michael (2013):
Soft- wired. How the New Science of Brain Plasticity Can Change Your Life. Parnassus Publishing, LLC San Franzisco


Minassian, Karen et al. (2017):
The Human Central Pattern Generator for Locomotion: Does It Exist and Contribute to Walking? https://www.researchgate.net/journal/1089-4098_The_Neuroscientist The Neuroscientist 23(6): 649-663


Myers, Thomas W. (2010):
Anatomy Trains: Myofasziale Leitbahnen. Elsevier München, 2. Auflage Oschman, James (2012): Fascia as a body-wide communication system. In Huijing et al. (2012): Fascia Research


Sacks, Oliver (1991):
Der Tag an dem mein Bein fort ging. Rowohlt Schleip, Robert et al (2012): Fascia as an organ of communication. S. 77. In Schleip et al. Fascia Research


Schleip, Findley, Chaitow, Huijing (2012):
„Fascia: The Tensional Network of the Human Body“. München, Elsevier


Stecco, Carla (2016):
Atlas des menschlichen Fasziensystems. Elsevier München


Steinke, Hanno (2018):
Atlas of Human Fascial Topography. Leipziger Universitätsverlag


Wernig A., Nanassy A., Müller S. (2001):
Laufband (Treadmill) Therapy in Incomplete Para- and Tetraplegia. In: Patterson M.

English
References: Literature to „Discovering the Unexpected“


Allison, Cindy (2008):
Recovering Motor Function after a Spinal Cord Impairment (SCI) – The Feldenkrais approach to sensory motor education.
ISBN: 978-0-473-14824-9


Blakeslee, Sandra & Blakeslee, Matthew (2007):
The body has a mind of its own. How body maps in your brain help you to (almost) do everything better. Random House, New York


Bost, H., Burges, S., Russell, R., Rüttinger, H., Schläfke, U. (1993):
Feldstudie zur Wirksamkeit der Feldenkrais-Methode bei MS-Betroffenen, Saarbrücken, DMSG-Landesverband Saarland e.V.


Buckard, Christian (2015):
Moshé Feldenkrais – Der Mensch hinter der Methode.
Berlin Verlag, Berlin


Calancie, Blair et al.(1994):
Involuntary stepping after chronic spinal cord injury: Evidence for a central rhythm generator for locomotion in man.
Brain 117(5):1143-1159


Cole, Jonathan (1995):
Pride and a Daily Marathon; foreword by Oliver Sacks. MIT Press Edition


Dimitrijevic, Milan, R. et al. (2006):
Evidence for a Spinal Central Pattern Generator in Humans. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 860(1):360-376


Doidge Norman (2007):
The brain that changes itself. Stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science. Penguin Books, London


Doidge, Norman (2015):
The Brain’s way of healing. Stories of remarkable recoveries and discoveries. Penguin Books, London


Feldenkrais, Moshé (1980):
Awareness through movement. Health Exercises for personal growth.
Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, Middlesex


Feldenkrais, Moshé (1981):
The Elusive Obvious. Meta Publications, Capitola


Feldenkrais, Moshé (1985):
The potent self. Harper & Row, San Francisco


Feldenkrais, Moshé (2010):
Embodied wisdom. The collected papers of Mosh. Feldenkrais. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley


Feldenkrais, Moshé (Volume 1, 1994 through Volume 11, 2004):
The Feldenkrais Method, Awareness Through Movement Lessons.
Dr. Mosh. Feldenkrais at Alexander Yanai. International Feldenkrais
Federation, Paris; The Feldenkrais Institute, Tel Aviv


Ginsburg, Carl (1986):
The shake-a-leg body awareness training program: dealing with spinal injury in a new setting. In: Somatics Vol V. No.4, Novato Institute for Somatic Researchs and Training, Novato


Graziano, Taylor, Moore (2002):
Complex Movements Evoked by Microstimulation of Precentral Cortex. Neuron, Vol. 34, 841 – 851


Huijing Peter et al. (2007, 2009, 2012, 2014):
Fascia Research I through IV – Basic science and implications for conventional and complementary health care. Elsevier, Munich


Kandel, Eric et al. (2013):
Principles of neural science. 5thedition; Mc Graw-Hill Medical, New York


Langevin, Helen (2007):
Connective tissue – a bodywide signaling network? In: Huijing et al. (2007): Fascia Research


Lipton, Bruce (2005):
The biology of belief. Unleashing the power of consciousness, matter and miracles. Hayhouse, Carlsbad


Lober, Irene (1987):
Walking on one‘s own two feet: Paraplegia – a somatic investigation. Antioch University


Meert, Guido (2012):
Fluid dynamics. In: Huijing et al. (2012): Fascia Research


Merzenich, Michael (2013):
Soft-wired: How the New Science of Brain Plasticity Can Change Your Life, Parnassus Publishing, LLC San Franzisco


Minassian, Karen et al. (2017):
The Human Central Pattern Generator for Locomotion: Does It Exist and Contribute to Walking? The Neuroscientist 23(6): 649-663


Myers, Thomas W. (2009):
Anatomy Trains – myofascial meridians for manual and movements therapists. 2nd edition; Elsevier, Edinburgh


Oschman, James (2012):
Fascia as a body-wide communication system. In Huijing et al. (2012): Fascia Research


Sacks, Oliver (1998):
A leg to stand on. Simon & Schuster, New York


Schleip, Robert et al. (2012):
Fascia: The Tensional Network of the Human Body. Elsevier, Munich


Stecco, Carla (2016):
Functional atlas of the human fascial system. Elsevier, Edinburgh


Steinke, Hanno (2018):
Atlas of Human Fascial Topography. Leipziger Universitätsverlag, Leipzig


Wernig A., Nanassy A., Müller S. (2001):
Laufband (Treadmill) Therapy in Incomplete Para- and Tetraplegia. In: Patterson M.M., Grau J.W. (eds.) Spinal Cord Plasticity. Springer, Boston

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