kinaesthetic


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Adj.1.kinaesthetic - of or relating to kinesthesis
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And images of words, for the reasons considered in Lecture VIII, cannot be distinguished with any certainty from sensations, when, as is often, if not usually, the case, they are kinaesthetic images of pronouncing the words.
Methods: This descriptive, cross-sectional study was conducted at the College of Dentistry, King Saud University, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from September 2016 to January 2017.The Arabic version of visual, audio, read/write, and kinaesthetic questionnaire was administered to students from the first to the fifth academic year.
Guerraz, "Kinaesthetic mirror illusion and spatial congruence," Experimental Brain Research, vol.
The results of this exercise will determine the initial learner preferences either they are visual or auditory or kinaesthetic learners.
Mental imagery may be classified according to the sensory organs involved, i.e., visual, auditory, cutaneous, kinaesthetic, gustatory, olfactory and organic imagery (Campos, 1998; Denis, 1984).
Previous publications on technical and tactical skills and coordination abilities have emphasized that kinaesthetic and visual impressions are critical in this sport [14-17].
The teaching-learning process should include multisensory experiences (visual, auditory, verbal and kinaesthetic) to enable students to experience learning across different modalities.3.
Stomp about and throw something Question 3 auditory and some on kinaesthetic (tactile) memory.
Examining this result the researchers write: One could argue that the kinaesthetic [sic] representation of the music and the presence or absence of kinaesthetic feedback affected the pianists' performance consistency....
Kinaesthetic learners like practical subjects and opportunities to learn by doing.