Sunday, January 23, 2011

Somatic Psychology and Neuroaffective touch

There are, of course, wide-ranging social and cultural constraints and taboos related to touch--self touch or touching another. As noted in previous posts, many disciplines employ systematic use of touch as well. Application of haptic techniques always requires careful consideration of how touch is perceived by the learner and the short and long term impact of tactile anchoring.

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