This definitive compilation of Jones’s papers includes 21 scientific papers as well as his superb introductory and humanistic writings on the Alexander Technique.
It also features seven previously unpublished papers from the Jones Archival Collection at Tufts University. F. P. Jones conducted research on the Alexander Technique at the Institute for Experimental Psychology at Tufts University from 1949 until his death in 1975. Using various methods such as multiple image photography, electromyography, and X-ray photography, Jones sought to demonstrate the scientific validity of Alexander’s discovery of a "primary control." The results of his investigations, collected for the first time in this volume, comprised the most comprehensive scientific body of research on the Alexander Technique for his time.
In total: 40 papers and 92 illustrations.
|Author/Editor||Frank P. Jones. Edited by Theodore Dimon Jr.|
|Binding. Pages. Year.||Paperback. 396 pages. 1999.|
|Size||220 x 150 mm.|
Collected Writings on the Alexander Technique
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