Definition of Sensory activity
1. Noun. Activity intended to achieve a particular sensory result.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensory Activity
Literary usage of Sensory activity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Popular Science Monthly (1893)
"... the extent of our sensory activity determines in great meas- 1.—MEDIAR SURFACE OF BRAIN OF MONKEY (niter ..."
2. The Journal of Mental Science by Royal Medico-psychological Association (1886)
"Suppress the psychical, motor, and sensory activity of one hemisphere of the brain. 3. The two hemispheres having an equal activity, we can create for each ..."
3. Child Training as an Exact Science: A Treatise Based Upon the Principles of by George W. Jacoby (1914)
"... A. DEVELOPMENT OF sensory activity We have now reached the point where we should speak of a new system of education which has attracted a great deal of ..."
4. The Fundamental Laws of Human Behavior: Lectures on the Foundations of Any by Max Friedrich Meyer (1911)
"But a direct reference to any purpose can hardly ever be found in the kinesthetic sensory activity, except where—as it happens especially in the highest ..."
5. The relations of mind and brain by Henry Calderwood (1884)
"But if any estimate of probabilities is to be attempted, we must shun the tendency to identify sensory activity with consciousness. ..."
6. Yearbook (1916)
"It will sing and it will talk because its emotions have been stirred by sound sensory activity. Then comes the Kindergarten training, with which the art ..."