Rethinking the Actor's Body : Dialogues with Neuroscience. / McCaw, Richard.

London : Methuen, 2019. (Performance and Science).

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Rethinking the Actor's Body : Dialogues with Neuroscience. / McCaw, Richard.

London : Methuen, 2019. (Performance and Science).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

McCaw, R 2019, Rethinking the Actor's Body: Dialogues with Neuroscience. Performance and Science, Methuen, London.

APA

McCaw, R. (Accepted/In press). Rethinking the Actor's Body: Dialogues with Neuroscience. (Performance and Science). Methuen.

Vancouver

McCaw R. Rethinking the Actor's Body: Dialogues with Neuroscience. London: Methuen, 2019. (Performance and Science).

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McCaw, Richard. / Rethinking the Actor's Body : Dialogues with Neuroscience. London : Methuen, 2019. (Performance and Science).

BibTeX

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