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al., 2017a ). The latest version of the questionnaire, called the Temporal Competency Test 5D (TCT 5D), added more dimensions: full present (engaging wholeheartedly in present experience; living moments to their fullest) and past (learning from past mistakes or experience in order to mature

In: Timing & Time Perception

to conform and defer to the judgment of this embodied ‘other’. Research on awareness of internal bodily signals further shows that people who lack experiences of power in their daily living tend to have lower interoceptive accuracy (Moeini-Jazani et al ., 2017), which is a predictor of more

In: Multisensory Research

complicating and playing with it, but other experiences (not necessarily in the context of art) can also allow for a great variety of insight. Are SeIns , prediction errors or disfluency of processing aversive in everyday life (not always motivating exploration of potentially rewarding insights)? Seeing

In: Art & Perception

, Butler (1963) argued that in terms of life review and reminiscence, reflections concerning past experiences, in particular resurgence of unresolved conflicts, are part of a normal developmental process, triggered by the realization of one’s own mortality. Life review through reminiscence, he argued

In: Timing & Time Perception
Author: Robert Waska

imagining all that coming to collapse when her husband divorced her. Then, she was all alone in a foreign land without anyone to depend on. I interpreted that when she took the risk of imagining herself as separate from her mother and becoming an independent person living her own life, she felt very guilt

In: Between Unknown Change and Familiar Retreat
Author: Fabrizio Serrao

result from the link between complex regularity and life, which makes regular stimuli behaviorally meaningful. The attraction to life-related structures is consistent with the ‘biophilia hypothesis’ ( Wilson, 1984 ). Accordingly, it would be evolutionarily advantageous to interact with living beings

In: Art & Perception
Author: Tara Chittenden

of duration and enchantment to the viewing experience. By the 1880s, Marey was experimenting with animating and projecting a bird in flight by making sculptural models based on his photographs of pelicans. At this time Marey was animating almost life-size sculptures of birds and isolated bird wings

In: Art & Perception

result of this interaction than a feature of an object. The fact that perception always deals with SeIns — even if we are not aware of this — becomes more or less pronounced in our daily life. Only in some cases does the omnipresence of SeIns and the activity of perception become apparent

In: Art & Perception
Author: Roderick Main

scope for genuine re-enchantment, Jung positively advocates re-enchantment. In an interview with Mircea Eliade in 1952, Jung clearly stated his position: ‘The modern world’, he asserted, ‘is desacralized, that is why it is in a crisis. Modern man must rediscover a deeper source of his own spiritual life

In: Contemporary Influences of C. G. Jung's Thought
Author: Robert Waska

and keep everything running smoothly. John kept everything alive and okay by always doing extra, but never having his own life or any separate identity as a result. This sacrifice kept his objects alive and him empty, but in phantasy he avoided the unbearable loss and guilt behind the masochism. In

In: Between Unknown Change and Familiar Retreat