is defined here as the sense of movement as a source of personal knowledge and a resource for innovation in the arts and wider culture.
The contribution of muscle afferents to kinaesthesia
shown by vibration induced illusions of movement and by the effects of paralysing joint afferents.
An Albert Meharabian study (1972) showed as the 7% of the message content is given by the meaning of the words, the 38% by the tones of the voice and the 55% by facial expressions and body movements or kinaesthesia
, the sense that allows us to feel the movements of our own bodies, is a notable component of our experience of buildings.
Sensation usually refers to vision, auditory, olfactory, taste, skin, kinaesthesia
It all began, of course, with the income tax evasion trial which was more "Carry On" than John Grisham, more melodrama than reality and with each passing day the increasing and underlying kinaesthesia
that the "odd couple" of the Spurs manager and Milan Mandarin, his former chairman at Portsmouth, would indeed be found not guilty.
Material Hauntings: The Kinaesthesia
of Sound in Innocence.
Steinman (1986: 16) suggests that "There are three main sources of input that go into our proprioceptive system: Kinaesthesia
, Visceral feedback and Vestibular feedback".