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sensory

(less commonly), sensorial
1. of or relating to the senses or the power of sensation
2. of or relating to those processes and structures within an organism that receive stimuli from the environment and convey them to the brain
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Adult-born neurons therefore play an important role in both the identification of a sensory stimulus and the positive value associated with that sensory experience.
Researchers at the Eli and Edythe Broad Center at UCLA published the study on sensory interneurons, a class of neurons in the spinal cord, are responsible for relaying information from throughout the body to the central nervous system.
KEY WORDS: Sensory Nerve Conduction Velocity; Median Sensory Nerve; Ulnar Sensory Nerve; Sural Sensory Nerve; Height
Results: The highest sensitivities were found in the median sensory conduction velocity across the palm-wrist (88%), and digit I-wrist segments (80%), median motor distal latency over the APB (77%), and L-I study (76%).
The Council for Exceptional Children says sensory rooms are getting popular in districts to help calm over-stimulated or anxious students.
Most recently, using sensory science in a prescribed process in the industry has increased; many companies are developing sensory panels to evaluate coffee.
A poster on Sensory Kaleidoscope Making skin feel visible will identify the direct contribution of emulsifiers to the overall skin feel of a formulation.
The fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) does not include a discrete diagnosis to apply to children who have sensory differences (meaning that they have difficulties regulating sensory input and such difficulties affect their ability to successfully relate to the world around them), but these differences are now part of the diagnostic criteria for ASD.
These children also frequently exhibit behaviors associated with sensory processing difficulties, which can manifest themselves in a variety of ways.
What better time to talk about sensory branding than in December?
Following the publication of more recent sensory histories, City Reading (1998) in retrospect demonstrated how early American social orders were created through sensory hegemony, and how culturally constructed knowledge, about how to sense the world, perpetuated the emerging cultural consciousness.
His cover note on his email attachment said: Let's get ahead of competition by applying sensory marketing to our bank brand.