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  • Children either become hypersensitive to a stimulus (meaning they have a greater struggle with it) or hyposensitive (which is a lack of a response to it).

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Twins and More

  • Children either become hypersensitive to a stimulus (meaning they have a greater struggle with it) or hyposensitive (which is a lack of a response to it).

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Twins and More

  • The discovery that Latisse can be used to grow eyelashes was discovered when the original drug, Lumigan, was prescribed to treat ocular hyposensitive disorder.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Personally, I am hyposensitive to my position and movement in space, which makes me clumsy and made it difficult for me to learn how to drive (though computer games like Tetris were helpful for learning the required hand-eye coordination).

    Reports from a Resident Alien

  • You've probably heard of how autistic people can be hyposensitive to pain, or how we might not notice cold, heat, or other physical sensations.

    Reports from a Resident Alien

  • To help hyposensitive children develop good eating habits, a parent might consider introducing more variation in taste, texture and temperature.

    Brownsville Herald :

  • Stimming can give useful sensory input if you are hyposensitive.

    Reports from a Resident Alien

  • To help hyposensitive children develop good eating habits, a parent might consider introducing more variation in taste, texture and temperature.

    Brownsville Herald :

  • I am also hyposensitive to some kinds of pain, especially superficial injury to the skin.

    Reports from a Resident Alien

  • I have always been hypersensitive to most sensory things (clothing, air, touch, shoes, colors, sound ... the list goes on) and yet hyposensitive to other things, like spinning, swinging and moving quickly.

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

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