#1 Book review. Beyond Methods. Lessons from the arts to qualitative research

Heimonen Marja; Heimonen, Marja

Qualitative Research Volume 9, Issue 5, Pages 547–570

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#2 Evolution of design for sustainability From product design to design for system innovations and transitions

Ceschin, Fabrizio; Gaziulusoy, Idil

Design Studies

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#3 Ephemerality as a Design Driver: : Evanescent Screen Enabled by the Arctic Weather Conditions Open access logo Link logo PDF logo

Ismo Herman Alakärppä; Elisa Susanna Jaakkola

Geophysical Research Letters Volume 40, Issue 5, Pages 959–964

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#4 Empowerment and the Articulation of Agency among Finnish Yoga Practitioners

Måns Broo, Christiane Königstedt

Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Volume 22, Issue 1, Pages 27–34

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#5 Taking historical embeddedness seriously : three historical approaches to advance strategy process and practice research Link logo PDF logo

Vaara, Eero;Lamberg, Juha-Antti

Academy of Management Review

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#6 The three meanings of meaning in life:Distinguishing coherence, purpose, and significance Link logo

Martela, Frank; Steger, Michael F.

The Journal of Positive Psychology

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#7 Eye movements in the wild:Oculomotor control, gaze behavior & frames of reference Link logo

Lappi, Otto

Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews

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Understanding the brain's capacity to encode complex visual information from a scene and to transform it into a coherent perception of 3D space and into well-coordinated motor commands are among the outstanding questions in the study of integrative brain function. Eye movement methodologies have allowed us to begin addressing these questions in increasingly naturalistic tasks, where eye and body movements are ubiquitous and, therefore, the applicability of most traditional neuroscience methods restricted. This review explores foundational issues in (1) how oculomotor and motor control in lab experiments extrapolates into more complex settings and (2) how real-world gaze behavior in turn decomposes into more elementary eye movement patterns. We review the received typology of oculomotor patterns in laboratory tasks, and how they map onto naturalistic gaze behavior (or not). We discuss the multiple coordinate systems needed to represent visual gaze strategies, how the choice of reference frame affects the description of eye movements, and the related but conceptually distinct issue of coordinate transformations between internal representations within the brain.

#8 Challenges of multimodality:Language and the body in social interaction Link logo PDF logo

Mondada, Lorenza

Journal of Sociolinguistics Volume 20, Issue 3, Pages 336–366

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