psychosensory

psychosensory

 [si″ko-sen´so-re]
perceiving and interpreting sensory stimuli.
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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.
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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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The video contains footage showing psychosensory techniques which form a vital part of this programme.
Based on Callahan's model, Ruden (2005) suggests psychosensory therapy in which the sensory input can alter mood, behaviour and thought.
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In this way, Burroughs hoped to "make explicit a psychosensory process that is going on all the time anyway" (Burroughs, 1978, p.4).
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