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Book Chapters


  • Jola, C., & Reason, M. (forthcoming). Audiences’ Experience of Proximity and Co-Presence in live Dance Performance. In G. Sofia (Ed.). Theatre and Cognitive Neuroscience. Methuen. 


  • Christensen, J. F. & Jola, C. (forthcoming). Towards Ecological Validity in the Research on Cognitive and Neural Processes Involved in Dance Appreciation. In M. Nadal, J. P. Huston, L. Agnati, F. Mora, and C. J. Cela-Conde (Eds).Art, Aesthetics and the Brain. Oxford University Press.


  • Jola, C. (2013). Do you feel the same way too? In Gabriele Brandstetter, Gerko Egert, Sabine Zubarik (Eds). Touching and to be touched. Kinesthesia and Empathy in Dance. DeGruyter: Berlin.


  • Pollick, F. E., Jola, C., Petrini, K., McKay, L. S., McAleer, Ph., Jang, S. H., MacLeod, Chr., & Simmons, D. Experience and the perception of biological motion. In K. L., Johnson, & M. Shiffrar (Eds). Perception of the human body in motion: findings, theory, and practice. Oxford University Press. In print.


  • Jola, C., Pollick, F. E., & Reynolds, D. (2011) Editors of special issue ’Dance and neuroscience: New Partnerships’. In Dance Research Electronic. 29.2


  • Jola, C. (2010) Research and choreography – merging dance and cognitive neuroscience. In B. Bläsing, M. Puttke, & Th. Schack (Eds.), The neurocognition of dance. Mind, movement and motor skills (pp. 203-234). Psychology Press: Hove, UK.


  • Jola, C. (2007). Movement Intention: Dialectic of Internal and External Movements – Reflections from Cognitive Neuroscience. In S. de Lahunta (Ed.), Capturing intention (pp. 62-67). Amsterdam: School of Arts.


  • Jola, C., & Mast, F. W. (2005). Dance Images. Mental Imagery Processes in Dance. In J. Birringer & J. Fenger (Vol. Eds.), Dance and cognition (Vol. 15, pp. 211-232). Münster, NRW, G: LIT.

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