sensorimotor

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to the sensory and motor coordination of an organism or to the controlling nerves
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  • This ability liberates the child from sensorimotor intelligence, permitting the invention of new means of solving problems through mental activity.
  • The next level of control is the upper motor neuron with cells of origin in the sensorimotor cortex.
  • A variant of sensorimotor polyneuropathy is painful diabetic neuropathy.
  • The cognitive aspects of sensorimotor development evolve as a child acts on the environment.
  • The cognitive schemata of the adult are derived from the sensorimotor schemata of the child.
  • Gray, “Attending to the execution of a complex sensorimotor skill: Expertise differences, choking and slumps,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 10 2004, 42–54. Choke
  • It appears that normal nervous systems use that gentle warning to prepare instinctively for future stimuli, an adaptive process called sensorimotor gating. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • Piaget allows two years for the development of sensorimotor intelligence as distinct from conceptual intelligence.
  • A study in Neurology investigated how the brain facilitates that adjustment and found that immobilizing an arm with a cast or sling appears to slightly reorganize the brain's sensorimotor system, reflecting a transfer of motor skills to the opposite arm and hand. Slapping On a Skin Patch to Combat Hay Fever
  • Restless legs syndrome is a sensorimotor disorder.
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