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Noun1.kinesthesis - the ability to feel movements of the limbs and bodykinesthesis - the ability to feel movements of the limbs and body
proprioception - the ability to sense the position and location and orientation and movement of the body and its parts
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, kinesthesis
n. cinestesia, experiencia sensorial, sentido y percepción de un movimiento.
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Cervical range of motion and cephalic kinesthesis: ultrasonographic analysis by age and sex.
DB: The question of intrinsic properties is an interesting one--VR might seem like the ultimate post-medium medium, and yet the effects you're referring to are unique, insofar as they act directly on kinesthesis and equilibrium in a way that no other medium does.
Kinesthesis, strictly meaning movement sense, can make "an invisible hand visible," as some researchers have written, such that, even in the absence of external visual input, the brain can predict the visual consequences of actions [37].
The use of NMES for dysphagia aims establish or restore the minimum conditions of contraction, muscle functionality, proprioception and kinesthesis linked directly and indirectly to laryngeal mobility in swallowing and its phases.