Dança e o cérebro: células espelho em ação / Dance and the brain: mirror cells in action

Marcos Bragato, Michael Stefferson, Micaelly Ferrari de Souza, Rodrigo Naumann Boufleur, Douglas Araújo, Thiago Chellappa

Abstract


As ciências Cognitivas têm avançado nos estudos enformadores da percepção estética de áreas como artes visuais e música, e não demora para relevar os padrões cerebrais responsáveis pelas habilidades motoras caras à dança. O quadro se altera com a “descoberta” dos neurônios espelho e os estudos posteriores de sua ação na produção e recepção da dança. Os neurônios espelhos formam um sistema de células que nos habilita a imitar e reconhecer a ação de outrem. Hoje, a neurociência investe na área chamada neuroestética na qual parece a dança ter lugar e confere a amplitude do sistema visual tanto na apreensão como com a percepção das atividades voltadas à dança. Por sua natureza teórica, aplicamos como método revisão bibliográfica e analítica dos estudos relativos ao sistema de neurônios espelho e suas conexões com a imitação e o entendimento da ação.


Keywords


neuroestética, células espelho, dança, aparato neural motor.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv8n5-402