sensorimotor


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sen·so·ri·mo·tor

 (sĕn′sə-rē-mō′tər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving both sensory and motor activity: sensorimotor nerve centers; sensorimotor pathways.
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sensorimotor

(ˌsɛnsərɪˈməʊtə) or

sensomotor

adj
(Biology) of or relating to both the sensory and motor functions of an organism or to the nerves controlling them
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sen•so•ri•mo•tor

(ˌsɛn sə riˈmoʊ tər)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or having both sensory and motor functions, as certain areas of the brain.
2. of or pertaining to motor activity caused by sensory stimuli.
[1850–55]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sensorimotor - of or relating to the sensory and motor coordination of an organism or to the controlling nerves
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Translations
sensorimoteur

sensorimotor

adjsensomotorisch
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sen·so·ri·mo·tor

, sensomotor
a. sensitivomotor, rel. a las actividades motoras y sensitivas del cuerpo.
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References in periodicals archive ?
(1) Sentences with temporal parameters and sensorimotor action verbs
Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy
Cognitive tasks, in contrast to sensorimotor tasks, rely on the integration of multiple brain regions that are geographically otisrant and serve different functions.
Sensorimotor training can be conducted for different purposes and in several different ways (McPhillips, Hepper, & Mulhem, 2000; Pless, 2001).
In contrast to the traditional structural approach focusing on anatomy and biomechanics, Janda's functional approach emphasizes the importance of the sensorimotor system in controlling movement and in chronic musculoskeletal pain syndromes.
Animals normally flinch upon hearing a loud tone; however, flinching is reduced when the animals are first exposed to a warning tone, an adaptive process known as sensorimotor gating.
OTs here address different sensorimotor issues and their role in the learning process, providing educators with keys to improving learning skills in an invaluable guide recommended for any early education collection.
In this study, 43 snorers and 46 non-snorers three to six years old all were tested for attention span, language skills, sensorimotor functions, memory and learning.
The most common lesion is peripheral neuropathy, including entrapment neuropathy, distal axonal predominantly sensory polyneuropathy, mononeuropathy or multiple mononeuropathy, as well as fulminant sensorimotor polyneuropathy (1).
This basic distinction is supported by a series of studies from Yin and colleagues (2004, 2005a,b, 2006), who established a functional dissociation between associative and sensorimotor striata in the control of instrumental actions.
In animal models, AB-2004 has demonstrated the ability to repair leaky gut and improve repetitive behaviour, anxiety and Autism Spectrum Disorder -related sensorimotor gating deficits by removing key microbial metabolites, the company said.