New study pinpoints difference in the way children with autism learn new behaviors
...etween distant brain regions. The findings from this study are consistent with this pattern of abnormal connectivity, as the brain regions involved in proprioception
are closely linked to motor areas, while visual-motor processing depends on more distant connections.
"These findings not only demonstrate why chi...
Ossur's Proprio Foot nets the 2007 da Vinci Award
...ssue for amputees. Sophisticated sensor technology mimics the bodys own neural receptors that are sensitive to mechanical change, providing artificial proprioception
(that sense of where the limb is in space). Hence the name PROPRIO FOOT.
Thinking. Patented artificial intelligence (AI) processes information fr...
Experiments Get Close to 'Out-of-Body' Experience
...wn body from some distance, and it may arise when various sensory systems or "modalities" -- vision, touch and the sense of being in your body, called proprioception
-- become disconnected under stress.
The new research "shows that the integration of various sensory modalities is important for retaining our sens...
Proprioception in Medical Products
Bledsoe Sport & Sport Max
Description:...nge with straps and a durable neoprene. The surface contact area of the neoprene provides warmth to the injured area as well as biofeedback to enhance proprioception
and joint position sense. The Sport Max braces provide added support through the three-point leverage of the straps and hinge....
Company:Bledsoe Brace Systems
Description:... SofTec Genu is the first functional brace that provides full soft tissue control, enhances natural muscle movement, prevents atrophy, increases proprioception
and controls A/P laxity....
Company:Bauerfeind USA, Inc.
Proprioception in Biological News
To translate touch, the brain can quickly rearrange its sense of the body
...hers Frederique de Vignemont, Henrik Ehrsson, and Patrick Haggard at University College London.
The information that is integrated in the course of proprioception
comes from several different senses, including touch, pain, vision, information from muscles, and so on. The brain must combine all these information ...
Proprioception in Biological Definition
(from Latin proprius , meaning "one's own") is the sense of the position of parts of the body, relative to other neighbouring parts of the body. Unlike the five exteroception human senses of sight , taste , smell , touch , and hearing , that advise us of the outside ...
The Memory-Prediction Framework- An Acclaimed Unifying Theory of Memory
Muscle memory or proprioception
: the sense and memory of where parts of our body are in space
Memory Exercises , a memory wiki
...as muscle memory , the sense of where our bodies are in space is called proprioception
, the perception of body awareness. More easily demonstrated than explained, proprioception
is the "unconscious" awareness of where the various regions of the body are...
Proprioception in Biological Dictionary
is the sense of the relative position of neighbouring parts of the body. Unlike the six exteroceptive senses by which we perceive the outside world, and interoceptive senses, by which we perceive the pain and... proprioception
n. The unconscious perception of movement and sp...