exteroceptor

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any receptor that responds to stimuli outside the body

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As we have noted it above, the complementarities of the relative and absolute localization is obvious, of where the interest to extricate the better left of each of them while applying a multi-sensorial fusion, we will achieve a localization thus hybridizes, this last requires the utilization of proprioceptive and exteroceptive sensors [6, 7, 8].
Emergent equivalence relations between interoceptive (drug) and exteroceptive (visual) stimuli.
Eventual dissipation of somatic dissociation or a diversion of attention to somatic or exteroceptive processes brings the individual's OBE to an end.
314): "It should be explicitly stated that the depersonalized individual knows that he is himself because the exteroceptive perception of his body or his clothes is not impeded, and because he retains certain memories (name, address, ancestry, family, etc.
Furthermore, the "sound gestures of higher vertebrates, as well as music in all forms, and language, can functionally be defined as exteroceptive complements to the hormones and neurotransmitters, which operate as messenger substances within the organism".
1983] included exteroceptive sensations (itching, tingling, etc.
Yet, as Skinner (1953, 1969, 1976/1974) points out, things we feel pertain to forms of interactions with one's behaviors, bodily conditions and surrounding environment, working as interoceptive, proprioceptive or exteroceptive stimuli.
The sensorial system (proprioceptive- and exteroceptive subsystems), is vital for an intelligent prosthesis or robot.
These abnormalities may improve over time, reflecting better somatosensory integration, with gradual increase in use of proprioceptive and exteroceptive afferent information of the paretic lower limb.
The performance of taped subjects during static and dynamic balance tasks could be improved by the increase in exteroceptive input provided by the taping (Feuerbach and Grabiner, 1993).
Role of exteroceptive background context in taste-aversion conditioning and extinction.
Honorton (1977) was to explore these issues further in what he referred to as "internal attention states," those conditions in which "conscious awareness is maintained in the absence of patterned exteroceptive and proprioception information.
A third group ("No Signal") experienced no exteroceptive delay stimulus.
Edelman's "Extended TNGS" proposes that "primary consciousness" results from the ongoing comparison of the workings of the interoceptive and exteroceptive brain modules.