DMT Faculty Emeritus Releases Second Edition of Book

Susan LomanSusan Loman, AUNE Faculty Emeritus in the Applied Psychology department, and two co-authors have recently released a new second edition of their book, The Meaning of Movement. The book serves as a guide to instruction in the Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP). The updated volume “interweaves current developmental science, cultural perspectives, and KMP-derived theory and methods for research and techniques for clinical practice.”

The publisher has made the book available online for one month, for viewing only. Click here to view The Meaning of Movement.

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