Revista Eletrônica Estácio Saúde, Vol. 7, No 2 (2018)

Tamanho da fonte:  Menor  Médio  Maior

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL HYPOTHESIS OF USING DANCE TO POTENTIATE HUMAN EXPRESSIONS: A REVIEW

Ana Ines Gonzales, Sabrina Weiss Sties, Daiane Pereira Lima, Janaina Rocha Niehues, Almir Schimitt Neto, Altair Argentino Pereira Junior, Yolanda Gonçalves da silva Fontes, Tales de Carvalho

Resumo


Dance is one of the oldest manifestations of mankind, and it instigates research before its bases of the cerebral functions. Thus, the present study aims to compile and discuss succinctly the main physiological hypotheses on the neuroscience of dance activity, which make plausible its use as a way of enhancing human expressions. Bibliographical review, using articles published in the databases scielo, pubmed, lilacs and cochrane, and descriptors: dance, ballroom dance, music, brain, pleasure, desire, emotions, interpersonal relations, being selected studies according to relevance and their correlation with the proposed theme for research. It was possible, through physiological hypotheses to make plausible the use of dance, as a potentiator of human expressions of pleasure, desire, emotional patterns and social interaction. However, further studies are still necessary, which will support the growth of this activity in the multidisciplinary field and its possible clinical implication.


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