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Chapter 38 Sensory P

Sensory Perception VocabFundamentals

VocabularyDefinition
Auditory related to or experienced through hearing
Awareness the ability to perceive environmental stimuli and body reactions and to respond appropriately through thought and action
Cultural care deprivation lack of culturally assistive, supportive, or facilitative acts
Culture care professional health care that is culturally sensitive, culturally appropriate, and culturally competent and is essential for the new millennium
Gustatory referring to the sense of taste
Kinesthetic refers to awareness of the position and movement of body parts olfactory
Sensoristasis the need for sensory stimulation
Sensory deficit partial or complete impairment of any sensory organ
Sensory deprivation insufficient sensory stimulation for a person to function
Sensory overload an overabundance of sensory stimulation
Sensory perception the organization and translation of stimuli into meaningful information
Sensory reception process of receiving environmental stimuli
Tactile related to touch
Visceral referring to viscera
Visual related to sight
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