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Rythmes, interactions, temporalité : quand les corps se racontent

Abstract : From the beginning, the baby's life is endogenous and exogenous. These different flows, whether they are induced by the physiological variations of the child's body, or by the various stimuli coming from his surroundings, allows the child to be part of a continuous movement in which he can build over the years his own representation of time.
This temporal structuring, concomitant with psychic structuring, is fundamentally elaborated in the relationship in which the child has with his environment.
The rhythmic qualities of these interactions underlie the relational experience of the baby from an early age. This can be expressed in an emotional response and can have an impact on his psychic structure. Interaction disorders include difficulties of adjusting and tuning in to the other person and to oneself. As part of a « CMP » psychomotility group, made up of children who were hindered in their ability to interact, we explored the benefits of rhythm-based psychomotor work. From this experience several questions were raised concerning the difficulties of these children to live and progress within time.
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Laurie Darphin. Rythmes, interactions, temporalité : quand les corps se racontent. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02274783⟩



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