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Emotional Experience and Immanent Expressive Activity in Human Minds

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Title: Emotional Experience and Immanent Expressive Activity in Human Minds
Other Titles: 人間精神における感情的体験と内在的表現行為
Authors: Sato, Kimiharu1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): 佐藤, 公治1
Keywords: Vygotsky
consciousness
emotional experience
expressive behavior
Issue Date: 30-Mar-2010
Publisher: Research and Clinical Center for Child Developmemt, Graduate School of Education, Hokkaido University
Journal Title: Research and Clinical Center for Child Development : Annual Report
Journal Title(alt): 子ども発達臨床研究センター英文年報
Volume: 30
Start Page: 39
End Page: 51
Abstract: Vygotsky insisted the need of studying the human consciousness for total understanding the human mind throughout his life. For describing the real human mental activities, Vygotsky focused on the different two phases of the actual mental activities, i.e., verbal thinking and the emotional experience. He considered the emotional experience (perezhivanie) as emerge from the interconnection between individual personal activity and the environment. In this paper, Vygotsky's concept of the emotional experience is interpreted as the actual expressive activity to shape and externalize one's own innate thought or emotion. Artistic expressive behaviors of the artist and preschool children are discussed to examine the dual interconnected processes between the innate mental world and the environmental outer world.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/42961
Appears in Collections:子ども発達臨床研究センター英文年報 = Research and Clinical Center for Child Development : Annual Report > No. 30

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