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Verarbeitung taktiler Sinneseindrücke und sensorische Defensivität

  • Charlotte Brasic Royeen
  • Shelly J. Lane
Part of the Rehabilitation und Prävention book series (REHABILITATION)

Zusammenfassung

Berührung ist unsere erste Sprache. Sie ist das erste funktionsfähige System im Uterus, über sie machen wir unsere ersten Erfahrungen in dieser Welt. Mit Hilfe von Berührungen werden wir ernährt und beruhigt; über Berührungen entstehen unsere ersten emotionalen Bindungen (Montagu 1978). Berührung ist sozusagen „das älteste und primitivste Ausdrucksmittel“ (Collier 1985, S. 29). Sie stellt eines der primären Systeme dar, die dem Menschen den Kontakt zur Außenwelt ermöglichen. Wir sind solange in hohem Maße von Berührungen abhängig, bis wir eine Sprache und motorische Fähigkeiten erlernt und bis sich kognitive Prozesse entwickelt haben, die uns dabei lenken, wenn wir Erfahrungen in der Umwelt sammeln und mit ihr interagieren (Collier 1985).

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  • Charlotte Brasic Royeen
  • Shelly J. Lane

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