Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Compounded of sensations of sight and touch (kinæsthesis); noting a concurrence or association of visual and kinesthetic elements.

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Examples

  • All the studies involved three in-office tests taken about 9 months after the stroke: a road-sign recognition test that assesses traffic knowledge and visual comprehension; a compass test that examines visual-perceptual and mental speed; and a trail-making test that measures visual-motor tracking and visual scanning abilities.

    New research sheds light on when it’s safe to drive after a stroke

  • These include dance pad games to help patients with Parkinson's reduce their risk of falling by increasing their balance, strength, endurance, motor coordination, and visual-motor integration; a game that controls play with a breath controller to improve cystic fibrosis patients 'self-administration of inhaled medicines; and, a game for your iPhone that is intended to be an alternative to smoking, with the goal of reducing or eliminating tobacco use in players' lives.

    Paul Tarini: Who's Got Game?

  • Specifically, cinnamon improves attention, virtual recognition memory, working memory, and visual-motor speed while working on a computer-based program.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

  • Morrison, Toni, v motivation lack ofresponsibility andmotor problems smallsoft signs andspeedsee also visual-motor problemsmovies

    It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend

  • Another visually oriented perceptual skill involves visual-motor coordination.

    It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend

  • The consortium constructed a fully functional visual-motor system for a limited domain to control a bio-analogue hand, which is thus capable of mimicking imitation behaviour.

    Creating a ‘Learning’ Robot | Impact Lab

  • Victor, Marion visionary adults visual appearance, value placed on visual distractibility visual memory visual-motor ecstasy visual scratch pad vocabulary expansion of sight voluntary memory volunteer work

    A Mind at a Time

  • An excessive interest in sports may also qualify as a form of visual-motor ecstasy.

    A Mind at a Time

  • I sometimes refer to a state of mind or body that I call “visual-motor ecstasy.”

    A Mind at a Time

  • The enormous discrepancy between the verbal and performance tasks seemed to be due to his unusual manual and visual-motor skills and his failure to acquire age-appropriate academic skills and knowledge.

    Clinical Work with Adolescents

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