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tac·tu·al

(tak'tū-ăl),
Relating to or caused by touch.

tac·tu·al

(tak'chū-ăl)
Relating to or caused by touch.
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Raised-line picture identification can be regarded as involving both bottom-up processes (encoding and integration of tactually perceived information) and top-down processes (formulation of hypotheses about object identity) (see also Lederman, Klatzky, Chataway, & Summers, 1990).
Not only did tactually deprived children die in orphanages, they also died in the best homes.
Belian luangan rituals are low-key and unspectacular affairs which have to be tactually appropriated to be meaningfully appropriated at all.
The movement toward abstraction, the breakup of surface into discrete material particulars, the simultaneous juxtaposition of otherwise nonsimultaneous materials, the flattening of the picture plane and revival of an anamorphic relation to the viewer, the introduction of circumscribing outlines, the use of monochromism and borrowings of written symbols, the disruption of melodic or narrative expectations--when we think of the specific formal innovations of modern art, we see the vivid influence of Byzantine art and its efforts both to avoid a totalizing presentation and to find, out of a love for the image that is tactually as well as visually proximate, a way to disseminate access to the divine.
It's not easy for the eldest elderly to learn tactually.
Given limitations in processing spatial information tactually, we varied feature position on a spatial scale that the hand is capable of resolving.
physiologically (auditorially, visually, tactually, and/or kinesthetically; with identifiable time-of-day energy highs and lows; with or without intake; and by sitting for long periods of time versus by frequently moving from one location to another), and
For example, Webmasters are advised to "design content that can be presented visually, auditorily or tactually, according to the needs and preferences of the user," by providing text equivalents for information in auditory and graphic presentations.
Five equal-sized mussels of each species were randomly positioned in the tank and buried to about 66% of their length in a calcite substrate to make them tactually cryptic.
Among the things Fanny Crowne envies of Lenina is the fact that she has been on the Feelytone News because of her special relationship with the Savage, "visibly, audibly and tactually appeared to countless millions all over the planet" (149).
She is obliged to construct a split orientation: she is bound tactually to the realm from which she is excluded.
The choice of which technique should be used with a given client, and whether that client will best perceive the communication tactually, visually, or auditorally, will depend on the client's vision, hearing, primary language, experience, skills, and preferences.