telereceptor

tel·e·re·cep·tor

(tel'ĕ-rē-sep'tŏr, -tōr),
An organ, such as the eye, that can receive sense stimuli from a distance.
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2003, 1983, 1978; 2006) on one's bodily movement is far fuller and richer, where the functioning of one's telereceptors is supplemented by proprioceptor stimuli (Raczek, et al.
Along with appearance of the telereceptors, specific to C-level, the one's own body may be perceived as an element of much more extensive environment.