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Spontaneous Movement Response of Young Children to Musical Stimulation as Indicator of the Hidden Cognitive Process

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Spontaneous Movement Response of Young Children to Musical Stimulation As Indicator of the Hidden Cognitive Process

Dr. Tali Gorali-Turel

The NCJW Research Institute for Innovation in Education School of Education the Hebrew University in Jerusalem

1. Levels of Kinesthetic Response to Music in Toddlers
Descriptions of kinesthetic response of toddlers during free exploration of the music.

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kinesthetic reaction to music in toddlers

Study in understanding the cognitive processes causing the kinesthetic responses of toddlers during free exploration of the music.

3. The kinesthetic reaction in toddlers to music of the Secondary order
Results of Observation of Toddlers during Spontaneous Reaction to Music

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2 Content: Abstract 1. Levels of Kinesthetic Response to Music in Toddlers 10-27 3-9

Descriptions of kinesthetic response of toddlers during free exploration of the music. Introduction a. Model analyzing the cognitive process of toddlers exposed to musical stimulus of the “Move and Freeze” type. b. Active listening of toddlers. c. Stages of the cognitive activity. d. Processing sensual information. e. Preserving and codification. f. Drifting and detachment from reality. g. Response time. h. Motor learning. i. Back to reality. j. Conclusion.

2. KINESTHETIC REACTION TO MUSIC IN TODDLERS

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Study in understanding the cognitive processes causing the kinesthetic responses of toddlers during free exploration of the music. Introduction a. How and why does music become kinetic b. What does the kinetic translation reflect c. To what extent does the toddler‟s kinetic translation express musical source d. Who is the toddler who translates music to kinetics ,what is expected of him, from his environment and from musical stimulation in order for him to respond e. What are the “translation tools” which the toddler has and are they innate or acquired f. Conclusion

3. THE KINESTHETIC REACTION IN TODDLERS TO MUSIC OF THE SECONDARY...

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