Definitions for sensoryˈsɛn sə ri; sɛnˈsɔr i əl, -ˈsoʊr-
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centripetal, receptive, sensory(a)(adj)
of a nerve fiber or impulse originating outside and passing toward the central nervous system
involving or derived from the senses
"sensory experience"; "sensory channels"
relating to or concerned in sensation
"the sensory cortex"; "sensory organs"
Of the senses or sensation.
Origin: From sentire.
of or pertaining to the sensorium or sensation; as, sensory impulses; -- especially applied to those nerves and nerve fibers which convey to a nerve center impulses resulting in sensation; also sometimes loosely employed in the sense of afferent, to indicate nerve fibers which convey impressions of any kind to a nerve center
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All this sensory input, which begins in the brain, has its effect throughout the body.
I think this really fits well with increasing research on general sensory symptoms in autism.
It's certainly weird, certainly odd and certainly unproven. But Pioneer is not off base to connect one sensory organ to others.
Solitary confinement is a kind of torture that no one does well in. The lack of meaningful sensory stimulus and contact drives people mad.
We think if people have fun at our hotel they’re going to remember us, they aren’t looking for sameness. They want a place that has sensory spirit.
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