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Related to kinesthetic: kinesthetic sense, kinesthetic awareness

kin·es·thet·ic

(kin'es-thet'ik),
1. Relating to kinesthesia.
See also: internal representation.
2. A person who preferentially uses mental imagery of sensate experience.
See also: internal representation.

kin·es·thet·ic

(kin'es-thet'ik)
Relating to kinesthesia.
Synonym(s): kinaesthetic.

kinesthesia

(kĭn″ĕs-thē′zē-ă) [″ + aisthesis, sensation]
The ability to perceive extent, direction, or weight of movement.
kinesthetic, adjective

kin·es·thet·ic

(kin'es-thet'ik)
1. Relating to kinesthesia.
2. A person who preferentially uses mental imagery of sensate experience.
Synonym(s): kinaesthetic.
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The same was true for males with regards to the VARK style, but kinesthetic was found to be equally preferred with the aural style (Figures-2 and 3).
For example, if visual, the coach might say, " I see that you are upset"; if auditory "It sounds like you need someone to listen"; and if kinesthetic, "I feel that we should share feelings.
Instructions for attentional focus guided participants to direct their attention using an internal focus (INTF), external focus (EXTF), or kinesthetic focus (KINF).
Thus the kinesthetic sense, although not one of the commonly acknowledged five senses, is the subtle regulator of the complicated body patterns .
Bajdzinski M, Starosta W, 2002, Kinesthetic differentiation of movement and its implications (in Polish).
Questionnaire consisted of 30 questions with A for auditory, B for kinesthetic and C for visual as options.
The largest proportion of students with trimodal preferences showed predilections for the auditory and kinesthetic learning strategies.
11) Theoretically, these dancers can be expected to have significant experience of generating third-person visual imagery from extensive training with mirrors and observational modeling, as well as possessing a sizeable cache of somatosensory memories that would enhance the generation of kinesthetic images.
Fourth, the social science majors had a proclivity for verbal kinesthetic learning, a component of the perceptual category, which indicated that the social science majors preferred to read aloud to internalize and learn new information.
Table 1: Features for visual auditory and Kinesthetic dimension
The visual learner can picture the story; the auditory learner enjoys listening to the story; and the kinesthetic learner can connect to the emotions in a story.