kinesthetic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ki nuhs the tik

  • a  of or relating to kinesthesis

  • In particular, Bruner said, the arguments for the kinesthetic and personal intelligences "stumble badly.
  • Her "kinesthetic method" works on the theory that reading difficulties occur most frequently in people who lack the ability to summon up a mental picture of the way a word looks.
  • Professor Lowenfeld explains that visuals are people who think of objects primarily in terms of what they see; hapticals, in terms of the sense of touch and kinesthetic (muscular .
News & Articles

  • Research and Markets: Haptic Touchscreen Market Report - Forecast to 2018
    DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global Haptic Touchscreen Market (2013 - 2018) By Components (Kinesthetic & Tactile Sensing, Actuators), Touch Technology (Resistive, Capacitive), Devices (Touchscreens, Input Devices), and Applications (Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Medical ...
    June 24, 2013 - Business Wire

  • Phil Garner in San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    This software (CCQ) is assisting educators by helping students more quickly master new knowledge through the combination of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning. It provides a great example of how effective technology can be in the teaching... Michael Krop PR Web (press release) Feb 6, 2006 55859 73903 kinesthetically In those days I used to work hard at how players learned," Garner said. "You basically learn three different ways: kinesthetically, auditorily and visually, and Mark is one of the rare guys that you can say, `Mark do this,' and he does it....

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