sensory image

sen·so·ry im·age

an image based on one or more types of sensation.

sen·so·ry im·age

(sen'sŏr-ē im'ăj)
An image based on one or more types of sensation.

sen·so·ry im·age

(sen'sŏr-ē im'ăj)
Image based on one or more types of sensation.
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In cerebellar-like structures, this subtraction can be directly observed as a negative sensory image (I).
Chapter 5 shows that by using a direct mapping from sensory information to motor control, combined with a set of environmental constraints, agents can exhibit complex behaviors (for example, alias avoidance, that is, avoiding places that have the same sensory image as other places).
I get a sort of sensory image of my friend's presence in these exchanges, but it's something like the Betty Crocker composite, an amalgam of all my memories of them, overlaid on what they wore the last time we met.
event that suggests more than it says, laden with rich meaning--strong visual or sensory image.
One aspect of Aristotelian gnoseology which Bruno retains is the principle that there can be no knowledge unless a trace of a perception, a sensory image, has been left in our memory (nihil est in intellectu quin prius non erit in sensu).
In a world constantly assaulted by sensory images, Fetalvero's use and manipulation of blank space as an integral element of composition honors objects that are often overlooked.
The prairie landscape lends itself well to engaging in sensory images and recording descriptions about what students encounter both individually and collectively.
Joanie Lemieux's sensory images and dynamic dialogue bring her characters and situations to life and imbue her stories about women searching for more with emotional power.
It is possible that although individuals without sight may develop unimodal sensory images that are equally as vivid as those of sighted people, they may develop fewer multimodal images.
She discusses the role of collaborative teaching in the age of accountability, best practices for teaching reading comprehension, and strategies of activating or building background knowledge, using sensory images, questioning, making predictions and drawing inferences, determining main ideas, using fix-up options, and synthesizing, along with suggestions for young adult literature and sample lessons.
She delivers the expected heady sensory images and rich language, the bite of poverty and the self's conflicted role as voyeur, inheritor, escapee.