intersensory

intersensory

(ˌɪntəˈsɛnsərɪ)
adj
involving two or more senses, such as taste and smell
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Canadian artist Christopher Pratt's transcribed "car books" are gathered together in Thoughts on Driving to Venus, an intersensory and multiyear account of his travels across Newfoundland in search of meaning and inspiration.
Integration is calculated separately as the Intrasensory Integration (INTRA) Score (AO+VW) and Intersensory Integration (INTER) Score (VO+AW) (55).
Such efforts encourage those who prepare school leaders to consider an intersensory transformative curriculum, which explores how the senses interact with each other in different combinations and hierarchies (see Howes, 2003).
Lickliter (Eds), The development of intersensory perception: Comparative perspectives (pp.
This pattern of diffuse control and reciprocal determination is further illustrated in the development of early intersensory functioning.
The conversations could be organized around the following topics drawn from the multidisciplinary research informing Connolly's thinking: (l) the intersensory dynamics of perception; (2) the anticipatory triggers of perception; and (3) the influence of discipline on perceptual processes.
Our reporting method explicitly required vision to enable the reporting of a touched position and this combining of tactile and visual mapping meant that these judgments were intersensory.
In the wake of Sapir, Fonagy (1980: 89-109) developped the kinaesthetic basis for sound symbolism into the concept of phonetic metaphor, said to be speakers' symbolic projection of their intersensory image of sounds.
This tension is palpable in Bunita's own metaphoric discourse about her piece: she describes the sound of a high-register viola line as sounding like her father's voice and the "Daddy" melody as feeling like the sensation of touch; her use of the word "like" suggests a mediated, rather than a truly uninterrupted, set of sensory associations, and her intersensory somatics are less like actual, neurological experiences of synaesthesia than would be the case for someone who described a violin sound as touch, not like it.
Rather than restrict themselves to one form of evidence or one disciplinary protocol, Howard and Moretti have demonstrated how a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach can respond far more robustly to the performance of religion as an intersensory event, and how the study of the interaction of two media--sound and space captures very productively how religion happens in the ritual setting of time and place.
The projects battling it out for the cash include a wheelchair accessible sailing and boating project run by the Intersensory Club in Barry; the Chapter Community Gardens at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff; the Bedwas Bites Back project at Bedwas High School; the Bryncynon Play Station project run by Bryncynon Community Revival Strategy Limited; and an eco-sensory garden project at Llwyncrwn Primary School in Beddau, near Pontypridd.
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