Definition of Sense impression
1. Noun. An unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation. "A sensation of touch"
Generic synonyms: Perception
Specialized synonyms: Limen, Threshold, Masking, Vision, Visual Sensation, Odor, Odour, Olfactory Perception, Olfactory Sensation, Smell, Gustatory Perception, Gustatory Sensation, Taste, Taste Perception, Taste Sensation, Auditory Sensation, Sound, Synaesthesia, Synesthesia
Derivative terms: Sense
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sense Impression
Literary usage of Sense impression
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Analytic Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1896)
"How DOES A SENSE-IMPRESSION SUGGEST A PERCEPT ? We have seen that complex perception does not consist in a given impression reviving a cluster of faint ..."
2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1892)
"The first sense-impression of a lump of sentient substance produces an ... Some later sense-impression of the same kind will not only produce the same ..."
3. Psychology in Daily Life by Carl Emil Seashore (1913)
"EVERY SENSE-IMPRESSION LEAVES A TRACE Every impression made through the sense organs tends to leave a trace. The emphasis is upon the word "every"; ..."
4. A System of Metaphysics by George Stuart Fullerton (1904)
"At the brain what we term the sense-impression is formed, and probably some ... Everything up to the receipt of the sense-impression by the brain is what we ..."
5. Analytic Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1902)
"How DOES A SENSE-IMPRESSION SUGGEST A PERCEPT ? We have seen that complex perception does not consist in .•a given impression reviving a cluster of faint ..."
6. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1895)
"The sense-impression red has, in all probability, the same nervous ... Hence, the sense-impression should have the Bekanntheits- qualität just as much as ..."
7. Present Philosophical Tendencies: A Critical Survey of Naturalism, Idealism by Ralph Barton Perry (1912)
"The sense-impression is a derivative of the whole naturalistic scheme, ... "What we term the sense-impression" is conveyed by a sensory nerve, ..."