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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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While the haptic steering wheel generally improved driver performance and safety, the study findings suggest that giving the driver additional sensory input isn't always beneficial.
For some individuals, the texture or taste of inedible items may give positive sensory input.
All sensory input will be transferred to and processed by a decentralized pattern generator for each limb.
Neuroscientific evidence interprets both hypnotic trance induction and different meditation traditions as modified states of consciousness that emphasize attention, concentration and the letting go of thoughts, but they differ in terms of sensory input, processing, memory, and the sense of time.
HP (NYSE:HPQ) today revealed new designs for models across its PC portfolio, which is said reflect its philosophy of balancing material selection, product usability and sensory input to deliver a superior PC experience.
Some chapter topics are brain vesicular monoamine transporters and apoptosis, semantically mediated integration of cognition, control of cortical synaptic receptive fields by neuromodulation and patterned sensory input, links between Down syndrome and Alzheimer's, and mind wandering in the default state.
Children with sensory overresponsivity register sensations too intensely and for a longer duration than typically developing children, and may react to sensory input by pulling away.
The sensory input to the geniculate ganglion comes from taste buds in the oral tongue, while the meatal ganglion receives sensory information from the taste and glandular structures in the palate and nasal cavity.
This volume explores where and how knowledge is formed and how it can be measured, how humans generate complex constructs from sensory input, and how we store and utilize this complex knowledge.
These include nerve stimulation, somatosensory evoked potential techniques to measure processing of sensory input by the brain, electromyography to measure electrical activity in muscles, and transcranial magnetic stimulation, which is used to investigate the output of the human motor cortex.
ii) Divergence: Sensory input arriving at the spinal cord from individual internal organs is delivered to widespread spinal regions extending many segments rostrally and caudally.
Feedback to his brain was obtained from the fingertips of a robot hand, ultrasonic (extra) sensory input and neural signals directly from another human's nervous system.