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*  Mechanoreceptor
... whereas tonic receptors are useful for temperature and proprioception among others. Slowly adapting: Slowly adapting ... injury Type II and Type III mechanoreceptors in particular are believed to be linked to one's sense of proprioception Lamellar ...
*  Sprained ankle
Another common exercise to improve mobility as well as proprioception is to use the toes to draw the letters of the alphabet in ... Inadequate joint proprioception (i.e. sense of joint position); Slow neuron muscular response to an off-balance position; ...
*  Proprioception
In humans, a distinction is made between conscious proprioception and non-conscious proprioception: Conscious proprioception is ... podcast on the nature of proprioception. Proprioception at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) ... Proprioception was then found to be involved in other tropisms and to be central also to the control of nutation These results ... Proprioception is what allows someone to learn to walk in complete darkness without losing balance. During the learning of any ...
*  Extended physiological proprioception
... (EPP) is a concept pioneered by D.C. Simpson (1972) to describe the ability to perceive ... extended physiological proprioception (epp) The control of upper-extremity prostheses and orthoses C. Thomas (1974) Dick H. ... An analysis of extended physiological proprioception as a prosthesis-control technique. (1984) Melita J. Giummarra, Stephen J. ... Plettenburg, ``Prosthetic control: a case for Extended Physiological Proprioception. MEC '02 The Next Generation, Proceedings ...
*  2010 in American music
"Proprioception is HERE!!!! - MySpace-blog , van AND HELL FOLLOWED WITH (NO MERCY IS CLOSE!!)". Blogs.myspace.com. Retrieved ... by Haste the Day Clockwork by Angelus Apatrida Here Lies Another by Here Lies Another Love King by The-Dream Proprioception by ...
*  Campaniform sensilla
Pringle, John William Sutton (1938). "Proprioception in insects I. A new type of mechanical receptor from the palps of the ... Pringle, John William Sutton (1938). "Proprioception in insects II. The action of the campaniform sensilla on the legs". ...
*  Angular (application platform)
"Trigular, version 2: proprioception-reinforcement". blogspot.com. September 14, 2016. Retrieved 2017-03-18. "angular/CHANGELOG. ...
*  Stretch reflex
Reflex Proprioception Walker, H. K.; Walker, H. K.; Hall, W. D.; Hurst, J. W. (1990). "Deep Tendon Reflexes". PMID 21250237. [1 ...
*  Neutral spine
Proprioception: Proprioception means "sense of self". In limbs, proprioceptors are sensors that provide information about joint ... Bloem B.R.; Allum J.H.J.; Carpenter M.G. (2000). "Is lower leg proprioception essential for triggering human automatic postural ...
*  Ankle
In 2011, a relationship between proprioception of the ankle and balance performance was seen in the CNS. This was done by using ... Lephart, S. M.; Pincivero, D. M.; Rozzi, S. L. (1998). "Proprioception of the ankle and knee". Sports Medicine. 25 (3): 149-55 ... It was hypothesized that muscle spindle feedback from the ankle dorsiflexors played the most substantial role in proprioception ...
*  Type II sensory fiber
February 2008). "Proprioception of the Shoulder After Stroke". Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 89: 333-338. doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2007.08. ...
*  Developmental coordination disorder
Trouble picking up and holding onto simple objects such as pencils, owing to poor muscle tone or proprioception. Clumsiness to ...
*  Penmanship
Hepp-Reymond MC, Chakarov V, Schulte-Mönting J, Huethe F, Kristeva R. (2009). Role of proprioception and vision in handwriting ...
*  The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
Proprioception Aphasia Blindsight Hemispatial neglect Sacks, Oliver. The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a hat. Touchstone, 1998, ... "On the Level," another case involving damaged proprioception. Dr. Sacks interviews a patient who has trouble walking upright ... a unique case of a woman losing her entire sense of proprioception (the sense of the position of parts of the body, relative to ...
*  Sensation (psychology)
Proprioception is the "sense of bodily position." It includes the vestibular sense (i.e., one's sense of balance) and ...
*  Nociception
Thermoception, like proprioception, is then covered by the somatosensory system. TRP channels that detect noxious stimuli ( ... This overview discusses proprioception, thermoception, chemoception and nociception as they are all integrally connected. ... Proprioception is determined by using standard mechanoreceptors (especially ruffini corpuscles (stretch) and transient receptor ... The somatosensory cortex decodes nociceptor info to determine the exact location of pain and is where proprioception is brought ...
*  Massage
Proprioception may be very helpful in rehabilitation, though this is a fairly unknown characteristic of proprioception, and " ... Ashton-Miller, JA; Wojtys, EM; Huston, LJ; Fry-Welch, D (2001). "Can proprioception really be improved by exercises?". Knee ... Proprioceptive studies are much more abundant than massage and proprioception combined, yet researchers are still trying to ... "current exercises aimed at 'improving proprioception' have not been demonstrated to achieve that goal". Up until this point, ...
*  Primary somatosensory cortex
BA 3a also receives dense input from the thalamus; however, this area is concerned with proprioception. Areas 1 and 2 receive ... proprioception and fine touch (because the third-order neuron of the medial-lemniscal pathway cannot synapse in the cortex). It ...
*  Somatics
Smitt, Myrim Sillevis; Bird, H. A. (2013). "Measuring and enhancing proprioception in musicians and dancers". Clin Rheumatol. ...
*  Rhex
Proprioception based behavioral advances in a hexapod robot. In International Conference on Robotics and Automation, volume 4, ...
*  Idiothetic
... optic flow and proprioception. Idiothetic cues are important for the type of navigation known as path integration in which ...
*  Kinaesthetics
A conscious proprioception is achieved through increased awareness. Kinaesthetics involves the teaching and personal ...
*  Trigeminal nerve
Position, in this context, refers to conscious proprioception. Proprioceptors (muscle spindle and Golgi tendon organs) provide ...
*  Multisensory integration
The RHI is an illusion of vision, touch, and posture (proprioception), but a similar illusion can also be induced with touch ... The integration of tactile sense and proprioception is regarded as essential for implementing the ability to perceive ... Rincon-Gonzalez L, WarrenJ P (2011). "Haptic interaction of touch and proprioception: implications for neuroprosthetics". IEEE ... and proprioception. It has also been found that the illusion may not require tactile stimulation at all, but can be completely ...
*  Marc Ian Barasch
Planetary proprioception and the cyber-sublime. In J. J. Copeland (Ed.), The Projected and Prophetic: Humanity in cyberculture ...