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multisensory

/mul·ti·sen·so·ry/ (mul″te-sen´sah-re) capable of responding to more than one kind of sensory input, as certain neurons in the central nervous system.
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UCD-MNMT-Dublin wishes to invite tenders for the provision of a multisensory high accuracy measurement machine.
Perullo argued that the multisensory aspect of food is the very core of cuisine being considered an art form and that the proof is in the eating.
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It argues for this conclusion on the grounds that certain forms of multisensory perceptual experience are incompatible with the claim that each aspect of a perceptual experience is associated with some specific sensory modality or another.
Many neuroscience textbooks really only devote a few pages to multisensory interaction," says Shinsuke Shimojo, the Gertrude Baltimore Professor of Experimental Psychology and principal investigator on the study.
We envision a world where people naturally interact with their devices, and in an enhanced way with the world around them, based on the insight and awareness that multisensory processing will provide.
And now, hundreds of millions of people are becoming multisensory in this world and are asking, "What can I do?
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The trigger this time is Roger Riolo's excellent article on using a multisensory approach in interpretation.
The Multisensory Handbook: A Guide for Children and Adults with Sensory Learning Disabilities.

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