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John Sybalsky
 
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John Sybalsky
CALLERLAB, the International Association of Square Dance Callers
BMI and ASCAP

Calling Plus thru C4

Author of "The Big Five" square dance dictionary. Co-author of "Top to bottom" caller note service.

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Articles by John Sybalsky:

What Makes Square Dancing Hard? -- Cognitive Psychology and Square Dancing (1982)
There are limits to what the human mind can do. Studying those limits---and how people cope with them---can tell us much about what makes square dancing easy or hard: The closer a call or sequence comes to pushing those limits. the harder it is to perform. Looking at how people cope with their limits can tell us much about how people learn square dancing. and thus provide guidance for setting up teaching orders and plateau progressions.
 

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