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  • Within this model, sensory store and short term memory or working memory has limited capacity.
  • It is developed through an early sense of non-self components using sensory and memory sources.
  • Symptoms can be visual, sensory or motor in nature and many people experience more than one.
  • Sensory store is able to hold very limited amounts of information for very limited amounts of time.
  • He was interested in the of the sensory systems in the face.
  • He advocated that human knowledge can be derived from a foundation of sensory knowledge.
  • All of these cerebellum-like structures appear to be primarily sensory-related rather than motor-related.
  • The sensory areas are the areas that receive and process information from the senses.
  • They also make use of a sensory lateral line organ similar to that of fish.
  • Having more auditory information than they may be familiar with may provide them with sensory information that will help them become more independent.
  • Empiricism is a theory which states that knowledge comes only or primarily from sensory experience.
  • Hair also has a sensory function, extending the sense of touch beyond the surface of the skin.
  • The greater a person's working memory capacity, the greater their ability to resist sensory capture.
  • They are a sensory barrier that one has to pass through.
  • The information from the senses enter the brain in the primary sensory areas.
  • It has a large outdoor play area and a sensory garden.
  • At least a third of people also experience sensory symptoms.
  • The loss is usually sensory and motor, which means that both sensation and control are lost.
  • Our five main sensory signals contribute to the developing brain structure and its function.
  • These processes are thought of as being independent of neural activity and sensory experience.
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Meaning of sensory

  • adjective Involving or derived from the senses
    sensory experience, sensory channels