Definition of Kinaesthetically
1. Adverb. In a kinesthetic manner; by means of kinesthesia. "He can perceive shapes kinesthetically"
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Literary usage of Kinaesthetically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1894)
"They came up kinaesthetically and I had to inhibit them. ... The number came kinaesthetically. I forced it back according to the visual image. ..."
2. Harvard Psychological Studies by Harvard Psychological Laboratory (1922)
""Perceiving the green dot and kinaesthetically perceived the movement ... "kinaesthetically made [initiated?] movement which meant red down" (xxiii C aux. ..."
3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"Bo reports : " The members kinaesthetically together, but immediately afterward I got a visual image of the first member ending first " ; " second member ..."
4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1911)
"Similarly, the meaning of adverbs may be given visually, auditorily or kinaesthetically. Observer F. Stimulus heavily.—Visual image of gray cube of iron ..."
5. An Elementary Laboratory Course in Psychology by Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Floyd Henry Allport (1916)
"With eyes closed the subject holds the stick endwise between the palms of his hands, noting kinaesthetically the distance by which the hands are separated. ..."
6. Studies in Philosophy and Psychology by Charles Edward Garman, James Hayden Tufts, Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge, Edmund Burke Delabarre, Arthur Henry Pierce, Frank Chapman Sharp (1906)
"The variability of each visually imagined movement is greater in every case than that of the kinaesthetically imagined movement, with the single exception ..."
7. The Imaginal Reaction to Poetry: The Affective and the Aesthetic Judgment by June Etta Downey (1911)
"Miss Martin observed that difficult or novel movements were more apt to be represented visually than felt kinaesthetically. Most reagents see the movements ..."
8. An Analysis of the Action Consciousness, Based on the Simple Reaction by Joseph Herschel Coffin (1907)
"Imaged stimulus kinaesthetically, visually and slightly in throat." P. IV. .22. "Attention went to a hasty reconstruction of the stimulus, to be used as a ..."