- sensory area
- sensory area n an area of the cerebral cortex that receives afferent nerve fibers from lower sensory or motor areas
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
sensory area — noun Date: 1896 an area of the cerebral cortex that receives afferent nerve fibers from lower sensory or motor areas … New Collegiate Dictionary
sensory area — noun 1. : an area of the cerebral cortex that receives afferent projection fibers 2. : dermatome 2b … Useful english dictionary
somatic sensory area — somatosensory area either of the two cortical regions where conscious perception of somatic sensations occurs, called the first or primary somatosensory area and the second or secondary somatosensory area … Medical dictionary
cephalic spongy sensory area — the area above and behind the eye penetrated by numerous branches and pores of the cephalic lateral line system. Known in Brevoortia (Clupeidae) … Dictionary of ichthyology
sensory reception, human — Introduction means by which humans react to changes in external and internal environments. Ancient philosophers called the human senses “the windows of the soul,” and Aristotle described at least five senses sight, hearing, smell, taste, and… … Universalium
area — 1. [TA] Any circumscribed surface or space. 2. All of the part supplied by a given artery or nerve. 3. A part of an organ having a special function, as the motor a. of the brain. SEE ALSO … Medical dictionary
Sensory substitution — means to transform the characteristics of one sensory modality into stimuli of another sensory modality. It is hoped that sensory substitution systems can help handicapped people by restoring their ability to perceive a certain defective sensory… … Wikipedia
Sensory integration therapy — or sensory integrative therapy attempts to treat Sensory Integration Dysfunction. [cite web |title= Sensory integrative therapy |url=http://www.researchautism.net/interventionitem.ikml?print ra=28 infolevel=4 |accessdate=2007 10 08 |publisher=… … Wikipedia
Sensory ecology — is a relatively new field focusing on the information organisms obtain about their environment. It includes questions of what information is obtained, how it is obtained (the mechanism), and why the information is useful to the organism (the… … Wikipedia
sensory aphasia — n inability to understand spoken, written, or tactile speech symbols that results from damage (as by a brain lesion) to an area of the brain (as Wernicke s area) concerned with language called also receptive aphasia, Wernicke s aphasia * * *… … Medical dictionary