psychosensory

psychosensory

 [si″ko-sen´so-re]
perceiving and interpreting sensory stimuli.

psy·cho·sen·so·ry

, psychosensorial (sī'kō-sen'sō-rē, -sen-sōr'ē-ăl),
1. Denoting the mental perception and interpretation of sensory stimuli.
2. Denoting a hallucination that by effort the mind is able to distinguish from reality.

psychosensory

/psy·cho·sen·so·ry/ (-sen´ser-e) perceiving and interpreting sensory stimuli.

psychosensory

[-sen′sərē]
pertaining to the perception and interpretation of sensory stimuli.

psy·cho·sen·so·ry

, psychosensorial (sī'kō-sen'sŏr-ē, -sen-sōr'ē-ăl)
1. Denoting the mental perception and interpretation of sensory stimuli.
2. Denoting a hallucination that, with effort, the mind is able to distinguish from reality.
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This is not to be confused with other psychosensory techniques, TFT, EMDR etc.
Based on Callahan's model, Ruden (2005) suggests psychosensory therapy in which the sensory input can alter mood, behaviour and thought.
In this way, Burroughs hoped to "make explicit a psychosensory process that is going on all the time anyway" (Burroughs, 1978, p.
Use of the Silberman-Post Psychosensory Rating Scale can provide guidelines for this assessment.