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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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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.
Precisely, I propose a programme that combines computational models of multisensory interactions with high-density neuroimaging and perceptual tasks.
Salus optometry and audiology faculty and students conducted customized multisensory screenings at CCP and MCCC.
And now, hundreds of millions of people are becoming multisensory in this world and are asking, "What can I do?
Keywords: Multisensory Instruction, Early Literacy, Summer Reading Loss, Reading Fluency
The ability to engage high level cognitive processing while the body is engaged in a cardiovascular workout has set Multisensory Fitness technology apart when it comes to promoting brain plasticity and neurogenesis.
It is necessary to talk about using a multisensory approach in designing interpretation; it makes great educational sense, but what do you do when some of your audience may not be able to avail themselves of one or more of those input modes?
The Multisensory Handbook: A Guide for Children and Adults with Sensory Learning Disabilities, by Paul Pagliano, of James Cook University, Australia, is a well-conceived book that examines sensory functioning in people with multiple disabilities from a strong theoretical point of view.
Summary: In an attempt to draw attention to people with disabilities and integrate them in the society, Dar Al-Fikr student Noura Al-Zaid has created a multisensory room at the Hope Center in Jeddah as part of completing her graduation project course.
Researchers in the many disciplines that the study of multisensory perception encompasses update colleagues to the current status of the field, and introduce the field to scientists in neighboring disciplines.
Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills, third edition
That is the question asked by writer and performer Jonathan Young in his multisensory production Reykjavik.

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