Definition of Labyrinthine sense

1. Noun. A sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Labyrinthine Sense

labyrinthibranch
labyrinthic
labyrinthical
labyrinthically
labyrinthici
labyrinthiform
labyrinthine
labyrinthine angiospasm
labyrinthine apoplexy
labyrinthine artery
labyrinthine fluids
labyrinthine nystagmus
labyrinthine placenta
labyrinthine reflexes
labyrinthine righting reflexes
labyrinthine sense (current term)
labyrinthine torticollis
labyrinthine vein
labyrinthine veins
labyrinthine vertigo
labyrinthine wall of middle ear
labyrinthinely
labyrinthitis
labyrinthlike
labyrinthodon
labyrinthodons
labyrinthodont
labyrinthodonta
labyrinthodonts
labyrinthotomy

Literary usage of Labyrinthine sense

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1. An Elementary Laboratory Course in Psychology by Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Floyd Henry Allport (1916)
"labyrinthine sense i. Sensations of Bodily Rotation (30) Method: The subject with eyes closed revolves six or eight times on the ball of his foot, ..."

2. The Elements of Scientific Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1922)
"tion only, the labyrinthine sense being excluded. ... The labyrinthine sense includes the sensory function (if any) of the semicircular canals and vestibule ..."

3. International Catalogue of Scientific Literature by Royal Society (Great Britain). (1907)
"The labyrinthine sense. Equilibration. 3(300 General. 3G10 Structure and Development of the ... 3630 The labyrinthine sense. 3635 Function of Otoliths. ..."

4. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1899)
"One of these fused elements was probably in his opinion the labyrinthine sense which gives us knowledge of our general position in space, and there was no ..."

5. Clinical Psychiatry; a Text-book for Students and Physicians by Emil Kraepelin, Allen Ross Diefendorf (1907)
"... walls are coming together, which may be due to disturbances of the eye muscles or of the labyrinthine sense. Disturbances of apprehension are prominent. ..."

6. Clinical psychiatry by Emil Kraepelin, Allen Ross Diefendorf (1907)
"... walls are coming together, which may be due to disturbances of the eye muscles or of the labyrinthine sense. Disturbances of apprehension are prominent. ..."

7. Kirkes' Handbook of Physiology by William Senhouse Kirkes, Charles Wilson Greene (1922)
"But Maxwell has shown that motion and position are both mediated by the combined reactions of the labyrinthine sense organs. It was shown long ago that if ..."

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