Dance Articles > Dance-related Scientific Articles

Discussion in 'Dance Articles' started by ralf, Apr 28, 2017.

  1. ralf

    ralf Active Member

    Discussion in another thread led to mention of some scientific articles. I'm reposting a bunch of them (now with added links!) as well as additional ones I found during the search.


    S.E. Gentry, Dancing Cheek to Cheek: Haptic Communication Between Partner Dancers and Swing as a Finite State Machine. MIT Ph.D. Thesis (2005).

    S. Gentry and E. Feron, "Musicality Experiments in Lead and Follow Dance", IEEE Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (2004).

    S. Gentry and E. Feron, "Modeling Musically Meaningful Choreography", IEEE Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (2004).

    B. Bläsing, B. Calvo-Merino, E.S. Cross, C. Jola, "Neurocognitive Control in Dance Perception and Performance", Acta Psychologica (2012).

    T.L. Chen, T. Bhattacharjee, J.L. McKay, J.E. Borinski, "Evaluation by Expert Dancers of a Robot That Performs Partnered Stepping via Haptic Interaction", PLoS One (2015).

    H. Sgouramani, "In Search of Lost Time: Does Dance Experience Enhance Duration Estimation Performance?". University of Athens Master Thesis (2014).

    A. Sawers and T. Bhattacharjee, "Small Forces That Differ with Prior Motor Experience Can Communicate Movement Goals During Human-Human Physical Interaction", Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation (2017).

    A. LaViers, Y. Chen, C. Belta and M. Egerstedt, "Automatic Sequencing of Ballet Poses", IEEE Robotics & Automation (2011).

    H. Sgouramani and A. Vatakis, "''Flash'' Dance: How Speed Modulates Perceived Duration in Dancers and Non-Dancers", Acta Psychologica (2014).

    M.E. Selbach-Allen, K.L. McIlhany, and S.E. Gentry, "Optimization and Pose Selection for a Lindy Hop Partnered Spin", American Control Conference (2011).
     
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  2. ralf

    ralf Active Member

    S. Brown, M.J. Martinez, and L.M. Parsons. "The Neural Basis of Human Dance", Cerebral Cortex (2006).

    M.E. Hackney and G.M. Earhart, "Effects of Dance on Movement Control in Parkinson's Disease: A Comparison of Argentine Tango and American Ballroom", Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine (2009).

    M.E. Hackney and G.M. Earhart, "Effects of Dance on Gait and Balance in Parkinson's Disease: A Comparison of Partnered and Nonpartnered Movement", Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair (2010).

    B. Calvo-Merino, D.E. Glaser, J. Grezes, R.E. Passingham, and P. Haggard. "Action Observation and Acquired Motor Skills: An fMRI Study with Expert Dancers", Cerebral Cortex (2005).

    E.S. Cross, A.F. de C. Hamilton, and S.T. Grafton. "Building a Motor Simulation de novo: Observation of Dance by Dancers", Neuroimage (2006).

    G. Pichierri, K. Murer, and E.D. de Bruin. "A Cognitive-Motor Intervention Using a Dance Video Game to Enhance Foot Placement Accuracy and Gait Under Dual-Task Conditions in Older Adults", BioMed Central Geriatrics (2012).
     
  3. ralf

    ralf Active Member

    D.F.P. Granados and K. Kosuge, "Design of a Male-type Dance Partner Robot for Leading a Physical Human-Robot Interaction", IEEE International Conference on Mechatronic and Automation (2015).

    B. Tarr, J. Launay, E. Cohen, and R. Dunbar. "Synchrony and Exertion During Dance Independently Raise Pain Threshold and Encourage Social Bonding", Biology Letters (2015).

    H. Polkonen, P. Tolviainen, and M. Tervaniemi. "Early Auditory Processing in Musicians and Dancers During a Contemporary Dance Piece", Scientific Reports (2016).

    M. Lolich, G.H. Vazquez, S. Zapata, and K.K. Akiskal. "Affective Temperaments in Tango Dancers", Journal of Affective Disorders (2015).

    T. Feldt, V.V. Saxena, and M. Goel. "Interaction in Motion: Augmented Telepresence as a Tool for Immersive Dance Experience" (2014).
     
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  4. ralf

    ralf Active Member

    S. Gentry and R. Murray-Smith. "Haptic Dancing: Human Performance at Haptic Decoding with a Vocabulary". IEEE Systems, Man, Cybernetics Conference (2003).

    S. Gentry, S. Wall, I. Oakley and R. Murray-Smith. "Got Rhythm? Haptic-only lead and follow dancing". Proceedings of Eurohaptics (2003).

    J. DeMers. "Frame Matching and {delta}PTED: A Framework for Teaching Swing and Blues Dance Partner Connection", Research in Dance Education (2013).

    J. Hoelldampf, A. Peer, and M. Buss. "Synthesis of an Interactive Haptic Dancing Partner", 19th International Symposium in Robot and Human Interactive Communication (2010).

    G. Sofianidis, M.T. Elliot, A.M. Wing, and V. Hatzitaki. "Can Dancers Suppress the Haptically Mediated Interpersonal Entrainment During Rhythmic Sway?", Acta Psychologica (2014).

    M. Broth and L. Keevallik. "Getting Ready to Move as a Couple: Accomplishing Mobile Formations in a Dance Class", Space and Culture (2014).

    D.D. Brown and R.G.J Meulenbroek. "Effects of a Fragmented View of One's Partner on Interpersonal Coordination in Dance", Frontiers in Psychology (2016).

    A. Washburn et al. "Dancers Entrain More Effectively Than Non-Dancers To Another Actor's Movements", Frontiers of Human Neuroscience (2014).

    Q. Meng, I. Tholley, and P. Chung. "Adapting Robot Dance to Human Preferences", Neural Information Processing (2012).

    S. Ur. "System and Method for Social Dancing", U.S. Patent 8,779,908 (2014).
     
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  7. cornutt

    cornutt Well-Known Member

    "Swing as a finite state machine"... trying to wrap my brain around that... :eek:
     
  8. ralf

    ralf Active Member

    One final installment before I close off this Internet rabbit-hole. In addition to skipping articles behind paywalls and most of those without a link in Google Scholar, I've also been skipping the pure sociology/ethnography papers, since IME they tend toward intellectual wankery:
    "I think that blablabla. (X, year1) and (Y, year2) agree with me, while (Z, year3) disagrees. Z is wrong because $untestable-reasons."
    or
    "I spent three months attending Lindy Hop dances, experienced X and felt Y. Therefore, all Lindy Hoppers X because of Y."


    F.J. Karpati, C. Giacoas, N.E.V. Foster, V.B. Penhune, and K.L. Hyde. "Dance and the Brain: A Review", Annals of the New York Academy of Science (2015).

    M. Bertollo, M. Berchicci, A. Carraro, S. Comani, and C. Robazzo. "Blocked and Random Practice Organization in the Learning of Rhythmic Dance Step Sequences", Perceptual and Motor Skills (2010).

    C. Baldari and L. Guidetti. "VO_2max Ventilatory and Anaerobic Thresholds in Rhythmic Gymnasts and Young Female Dancers", Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness (2001).

    C. Guedes. "Extracting Musically-Relevant Rhythmic Information from Dance Movement by Applying Pitch-Tracking Techniques to a Video Signal", Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference (2006).

    W.T. Chu and S.Y. Tsai. "Rhythm of Motion Extraction and Rhythm-based Cross-media Alignment for Dance Videos", IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (2012).

    S. Dixon, F. Gouyon, and G. Widmer. "Towards Characterization of Music via Rhythmic Patterns", Proceedings of the Conference of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval (2004)

    T. Shiratori, A. Nakazawa, and K. Ikeuchi. "Rhythmic Motion Analysis Using Motion Capture and Musical Information", IEEE Conference on Multisensor Fusion and ... (2003).

    A. Miura, S. Fujii, Y. Yamamoto, . "Motor Control of Rhythmic Dance from a Dynamical Systems Perspective: A Review", Journal of Dance Medicine (2015).

    F. Krebs, S. Boeck, and G. Widmer. "Rhythmic Pattern Modeling for Beat and Downbeat Tracking in Musical Audio", Proceedings of the Conference of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval (2013).

    H. Tommi and T. Marc. "Learning and Synchronizing Dance Movements in South African Songs - Cross-Cultural Motion-Capture Study", Dance Research (2011).

    A. Holzapfel and Y. Stylianou. "A Scale Transform Based Method for Rhythmic Similarity of Music", IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (2009).

    T. Opacic, C. Stevens, B. Tillman. "Unspoken Knowledge: Implicit Learning of Structured Human Dance Movement", Journal of Experimental Psychology (2009).

    S. Samanta, P. Purkait, and B. Chanda. "Indian Classical Dance Classification by Learning Dance Poses Bases", IEEE Workshop on the Applications of Computer Vision (2012).

    J. Verghese. "Cognitive and Mobility Profile of Older Social Dancers", Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2006).

    A. Miura, K. Kudo, T. Ohtsuki, H. Kanehisa, . "Relationship Between Muscle Cocontraction and Proficiency in Whole-Body Sensorimotor Synchronization: A Comparison Study of Street Dancers and Nondancers", Motor Control (2013).
     
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