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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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.
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).
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.
The results show that relaxation/comfort and appearance are mainly associated with the steps of the representative images and sensory images in Tables 3 and 4.
Deftly relaying the experiences of the author's childhood as he lived and interacted with Gurdjieff for five years, Boyhood With Gurdjieff applies descriptive, flowery prose to make sensory images and unforgettable personalities come to life.
For Collins the clue to the meaning of the Soledades can be found in pansophy, an exaltation of language and literature as the key to the hidden mysteries of the universe, and in the Augustinian system of signs and correspondences uniting sensory images with a higher order of divine Truth--in other words, Renaissance Neoplatonism, and specifically the ideas of Marsilio Ficino.
The rich sensory images in this treasury of poetry are perfect for sharing out loud, whether in whispered asides with special friends or in boisterous call-and-response celebrations that pay homage to the author's Sicilian heritage.
As an unavoidable result, we have become conditioned to the use of sensory images rather than reasoned, verbal discourse characteristic of what Postman called the "Typographic Age.
The problem of intentionality occurs on at least two levels: that of sensory images and that of intellection, and the essays in this volume discuss both in detail.
It is the "screen" onto which all thought and sensory images are cast.
This technology was shown to be effective in enhancing learning due to the opportunities to notice sensory images.