Teckning som ett verktyg för inlärning - En studie i förkroppsligade kognitiva processer relaterade till långsamt tecknande

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Teckning som ett verktyg för inlärning - En studie i förkroppsligade kognitiva processer relaterade till långsamt tecknande

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Publication Artistic Research and Development Report
Title Teckning som ett verktyg för inlärning - En studie i förkroppsligade kognitiva processer relaterade till långsamt tecknande
Author(s) Rönning, Victoria
Date 2015
English abstract
This is a study about how embodied cognitive processes relates to slow drawing processes such as stippling, but also other slow mediums such as graphite pencil. With an auto-ethnographical research method the production of a stippled drawing is examined in relation to contemporary cognitional science, as well as a cognitive experiment that examines how important time and technique is to mental processes surrounding the drawing. The study is then examined in relation to other realistically stippled drawings to establish data outside the personal narrative. The main results were that the amount of time you spend drawing the studied object increasingly enhances the cognitive process of gathering of information. Furthermore the usage of hands during this slow process is established as an effective way to feel and remember the essence of an object for a longer period of time. Also, the parallell pause that occurs whilst drawing slowly and methodical enables reflection that stimulate the embodied cognitional processes linked to learning and understanding about objects outside ourselves.
Publisher Victoria Rönning
Pages 37
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) Embodied Cognition
Autoetnography
Illustration
Förkroppsligad kognition
Auto-etnografi
Teckning
Långsamt tecknande
Slow drawing
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
SCB::Arts
SCB::Media and Communications
SCB::Other Social Sciences
UKÄ
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/19641 (link to this page)

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