The encounter with the security guard registered a sense of injustice that was profoundly and somatically
felt, an injustice based on the notion that we didn't feel that we'd done anything bad.
Individuals studied by these critics describe periods of total focus during an aesthetic encounter--felt vividly and somatically
(Csikszentmihalyi 29)--in which a sense of time, place, and ego boundary seems to be transcended or heightened, "a condition so rewarding as to be sought for its own sake" (19).
Based on previous research (for a review, see Duda & Halt, 2001), it was hypothesized that an ego orientation, rather than task orientation, would be associated with a dispositional tendency to be either cognitively or somatically
anxious in sport competition.
As such, it pertains to an inner psychic reality of the subject which is not just somatically
projected, but held together internally by what some psychoanalysts call a "collated internal object" that can be experienced or actualized only through specific sexual acts.
, my boundary extends both inwards (my womb) and outwards (my breasts and belly) and my body image undergoes a radical change.
Although the santera's subject is constituted somatically
by means of her social engravings, her body does not function as a site of external regulation and constraint, but rather as an intensified space of agency and activity.
We will see that the child's parts exhibit just such distinct characteristics from each other emotionally, somatically
, and even in access to memory.
A good deal of this work departs from writings by seventeenth-century philosopher Baruch Spinoza, who saw ideas and affects as two distinct modes of thought-with the idea as a mode of thought defined by its representational character and affect as a mode of thought "which doesn't represent anything." (3) Spinoza defines affect as the body's ability to affect and be affected, creating "modifications of the body whereby the active power of the said body is increased or diminished, aided or constrained." (4) When the body receives external or internal physical sensation, it responds somatically
to these stimuli and they coalesce as affects, prior to registering in the conscious mind of an individual.
The urinary sphincter, composed of an internal component, a continuation of detrusor smooth muscle that converges to form a thickened bladder neck controlled by the autonomic nervous system, and a somatically
controlled external component (striated muscle), must relax to allow for the contracting bladder to expel its load.
A possible explanation for the faster growth observed in the M class would be that these seeds would not be sexually mature presenting preferential somatically
growth, while those in the L class allocate energy for reproduction (gametogenic growth) reducing the somatic growth rhythm and making the growth in this latter class less evident.
When dealing with families that have been somatically
fixated, it's important to initially focus on the symptoms, while not getting dragged into the way that the symptoms have become a centrally organizing event for the family.
John Shelly Kahn works as a lawyer that wants to be successful somatically
and economically without losing his belief to legality collection so that he agrees to undertake the attorney of two powerful companies.