Desde el espacio propio al espacio de los otros | 26 OCT 18

La neurociencia de la "memoria corporal"

Evolución de la individualidad al ser social: memoria, representaciones y matriz corporal en bebés y adultos
Autor/a: Giuseppe Riva Fuente: Cortex  Cortex 104(-):241-260, Jul 2018
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