By Xavier Mora This article is part of a project that aims at changing this state of affairs. It is a sequel to a more technical paper that makes use of some mathematics. Here we will skip the mathematical technicalities, but we will still try to explain how do they result in dance-interesting conclusions.
November 15, 2013
By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent and Argued by Fred Bijster Scientists have claimed that the way a person gyrates in time to music can betray secrets of their character. Using personality tests, the researchers assessed volunteers into one of five "types"
April 18, 2012
By Frank Regan This is one of the negative aspects of human nature that “quelle surprise” has invaded the dance community. Needless to say, it is all too obvious in the competitive dance world where all the dancers start to look the same and the fundamental character is lost as a result of an immature intention to get noticed.
April 17, 2012