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synonyms for sensory

  • audiovisual
  • auditory
  • aural
  • neural
  • neurological
  • olfactory
  • sensual
  • sonic
  • tactile
  • visual
  • sensational
  • acoustic
  • afferent
  • audible
  • auricular
  • clear
  • discernible
  • distinct
  • gustative
  • gustatory
  • hearable
  • lingual
  • ocular
  • olfactive
  • ophthalmic
  • optic
  • perceptible
  • phonic
  • plain
  • receptive
  • sensatory
  • sensible
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It is one of our sensory organs in which we feel something that we would not otherwise understand properly.
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It’s nestled on specific sensory hairs that extend from the insect’s antennae.
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The Halo band captures a wide range of sensory data, including the wearer’s heart rate, skin temperature, movements, amount of sleep, and tone of voice.
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The empiricist’s dream is to acquire a rich understanding of the world from sensory data, but GPT-3 never does that, even with half a terabyte of input data.
GPT-3, BLOVIATOR: OPENAI’S LANGUAGE GENERATOR HAS NO IDEA WHAT IT’S TALKING ABOUTAMY NORDRUMAUGUST 22, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Kang and his colleagues identified the protein that detects 4VA, nestled on specific sensory hairs that extend from the antennae.
A SINGLE MOLECULE MAY ENTICE NORMALLY SOLITARY LOCUSTS TO FORM MASSIVE SWARMSJONATHAN LAMBERTAUGUST 12, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
For organisms, that means in part that they are constantly measuring their sensory and perceptual experiences against their expectations.
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This is 70 percent of all the sensory receptors in your entire body — for touch, taste smell, hearing and sight all put together.
EXPLAINER: HOW OUR EYES MAKE SENSE OF LIGHTTINA HESMAN SAEYJULY 16, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
This puts us closer to answering the longstanding question in our field of how the brain extracts sensory information to evoke behavior.
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On the tibia of the first pair of legs are two long special sensory hairs set in little pits.
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Passion moves the poet to intensity, which is attained by selection of those sensory images which are significant.
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WORDS RELATED TO SENSORY

  • bodily
  • carnal
  • corporal
  • corporeal
  • physical
  • sensory
  • tactile
  • tangible
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