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Sensory specialization in response to environmental demands proceedings of a symposium held on 4th March, 1960. by Zoological Society of London.

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StatementEdited by O.E. Lowenstein.
SeriesIts Symposia -- no. 3., Symposia of the Zoological Society of London -- no. 3.
ContributionsLowenstein, Otto.
LC ClassificationsQL1 .Z733 no. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination83 p.
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14098977M

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  Sensory integration is the process by which people register, modulate, and discriminate sensations received through the sensory systems to produce purposeful, adaptive behaviors in response to the environment (Ayres, /). The sensory systems we depend on for input include vision, manage classroom demands, perform self-care tasks, and Fact. Environmental Press = physical, interpersonal, or social demands that environments put on people Environments can be classified on the basis of the varying demands they place on the person Ex: Physical demands walking up stairs, interpersonal demands adjusting behavior to different people, social demands involve dealing with law :// Greater sensory demands from combined visual and proprioceptive modalities evoked increased movement-related cortical potentials (MRCPs) during performance of a 2 days ago  Sensory Restriction. Psychologists use REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy), where you are put into a warm bath with eyes closed, or in a totally dark room, to lower stimulation and reduce stress, or unwanted behaviors (i.e. drinking). Bibliography. Myers, David G., Psychology Fifth Edition. Worth Publishers, Inc. New York, NY ©