kinesthetic

[ US /ˌkɪnəsˈθɛtɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to kinesthesis
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  • This is all before the show Lie to Me, but by watching the patient's eyes, we would know how they were processing information: visually (up to their left or up to right), auditorily (to left or right center) or kinesthetically (down to right). Judith Acosta, LISW, CHT: Words of Grace: Christianity and Verbal First Aid
  • Good for so-called kinesthetic learners though I'm not so sure I believe all that stuff about different modes of learning. Anne Truitt Zelenka
  • The third learning style is called kinesthetic, or tactile, learners. Learn Me Good
  • He's very -- what we call kinesthetic, very touchy - feely, very tactile, which is really one of the reasons that people love him. CNN Transcript Jun 2, 2003
  • You cannot compare the wiring of Michael Jordan's brain (a kinesthetic intelligence) to that of a Frank Lloyd Wright (spatial) or a Walt Whitman (linguistic).
  • Bowing of synovial kinesthetic geraniales can aegospotamos to virucidal susian to the threefold pussley quicklime. Rational Review
  • Again, I was sure of his learning style: a tactual-kinesthetic learner, I proclaimed. Idelle Davidson: How Do You Learn?
  • Flying, hopping, walking backwards through the maze, Lakesha didn’t realize that she was experiencing something with the lingoistic name kinesthetic learning. Maze « First 50 Words – Writing Prompts
  • Selfwork: Some practice in kinesthetic visualization. Books do furnish a room.
  • American psychologist Howard Gardner thinks intelligence has eight aspects: logical, linguistic, spatial, musical, kinesthetic, naturalist, intrapersonal and interpersonal Vitro Nasu » 2009 » February
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