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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For psychosensory room: sensor center, permanent filter projector, mirror sphere with engine, ultraviolet panel and accessories, diode tunnel, starry sky (seating corner), rugs with foam, music bed, interactive fiber optic carpet, UV rug.
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Based on Callahan's model, Ruden (2005) suggests psychosensory therapy in which the sensory input can alter mood, behaviour and thought.
Be vigilant for the psychosensory symptoms associated with seizures, and consider seizures in the differential diagnosis of patients who present with abrupt onset of psychiatric symptoms.
In this way, Burroughs hoped to "make explicit a psychosensory process that is going on all the time anyway" (Burroughs, 1978, p.