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Sensory

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Description

Sensory may refer to:

From Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Sensory

International Strabismological Association / Est. 1966
European Institute for Chemical Senses and Ingestive Behaviour / Est. 1997
European Sensory Network / Est. 1989
Sensorial Handicap Cooperation / Est. 1986
International Multisensory Research Forum
AIS Support Group / Est. 1988
Therapeutic Touch International Association / Est. 1977
International Commission on Olfaction and Taste / Est. 1970
International Society for Haptics / Est. 2003
Touch for Health Foundation / Est. 1973
Moms In Touch International / Est. 1984
IUPS Commission on the Senses / Est. 2002
Young TOUCH
International Foundation of Bio-Magnetics
TOUCH Network / Est. 1988
IUPS Commission on Sensory Transduction
Eidetics Academy / Est. 1969
EuroHaptics Society / Est. 2006
European Committee for Umami / Est. 1962
European Sensory Science Society / Est. 2011
Australasian Association for ChemoSensory Science

View all profiles (21 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Sensory

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Offensive advertising
Bad taste
Enmity
Unchastity
Unnatural performing arts
Numbness towards others
Disagreeable human body odour
Disorders of skin, joint and muscular sensation
Temporal deprivation

Action Strategies relating to Sensory

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing digital touch
Showing bad taste

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