stereognosis

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stereognosis

(ˌstɛrɪɒɡˈnəʊsɪs; ˌstɪər-)
n
(Psychology) the perception of depth or three-dimensionality through any of the senses
[C20: stereo- + gnosis]
Translations
stéréognosie
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In sculpture it seems to be an extension of the stereognostic sensibility and through it I feel it ought to be possible to induce those evocative responses which seem to be part of primeval life and which are a vital necessity to a full apprehension of space and volume.
Apparently Sarrasine is able to derive a series of stereognostic hallucination from his two-dimensional sketches.
In other words, Sarrasine's stereognostic enjoyment is engendered by stereotypical codes, which are infinitely reproducible.
In addition, ability for vibration detection on the soft palate and stereognostic ability did not change.
Oral Stereognostic ability can be used to diagnose and predict the prognosis of different treatment modalities in hypodontia patients.