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- adj. Alternative form of kinesthetic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or involving, kinaesthesia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See kinesthetic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to kinesthesis
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Like the hero or heroine, the good thriller writer must have the kind of kinaesthetic grip upon the physical world that is a sine qua non of all effective action and most good fiction.
From what I recall of Gardner's model, it is a circular diagram, like a pye chart, equally divided into various intelligences such as mathematical intelligence, linguistic intelligence, kinaesthetic intelligence, interpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence, musical intelligence and so. on.
We process these perceptions, some of which are entirely kinaesthetic senses of our physical selves, parse them into units of events which are in turn parsed into beings and doings, objects and actions, which are in turn parsed into qualities of those objects and actions.
From Tetsuya Mizuguchi, creator of kinaesthetic masterpiece Rez, comes Child Of Eden, another on-rails shooting game that blends music and psychedelic visuals, while this time letting you control its surreal action using Kinect.
We do not command those kinaesthetic sensations we call affect, those which take objects or those which don't, our joy and sorrow, fear and anger, disgust and surprise.
It is only, I think, the predominance of our visual and kinaesthetic sense of physical orientation, the highly spatial focus of our experience, that leads us to concentrate on those types of perception which model the world as a sort of wireframe simulation, a point-to-point mapping that represents (re-presents) rather than symbolises.
Think in terms of all of the different styles in which people learn - visual, auditory, kinaesthetic -- and deliver what they want.
Probably more kinaesthetic learners by the sounds of it
Affect is a way of evaluating the world, and it's clearly an integrated system, as far as I'm concerned -- kinaesthetic, psychophysiological, a homeostatic system, a highly cohesive sense of attitudinal orientation.
Titchener suggested that the purported bewusstseinslagen etc. were, in fact, faint and fleeting kinaesthetic sensations, feelings of muscular tension and the like