Sensory Processing Disorder and the Seven (yes, 7!) Senses, a New Video

Here’s a video I made about the seven senses. Yes, there are 7, not 5–they include the ones you learned about in school plus two that are unfamiliar to may people, namely, the vestibular sense (sense of music) and proprioceptive sense (sense of body awareness). I tried to provide some images of various types of sensory input, and explain a bit about the aspects of our more familiar senses that we don’t think about. For instance, when you think of the tactile sense, or sense of touch, do you think about the texture of gritty versus smooth or slimy? Do you think about how you can discriminate between hot and cold? Or that the skin inside your mouth has tactile sensory receptors, too, so that you can have oral sensitivities, or engage in oral sensory seeking?

 

Enjoy the video!

 

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Filed under auditory processing disorders, proprioceptive input, sensory integration dysfunction, sensory processing disorder, sensory processing disorder symptoms, sensory processing disorder video, sensory seeking, seven senses, SPD and auditory, tactile sense, vestibular input, visual processing

One response to “Sensory Processing Disorder and the Seven (yes, 7!) Senses, a New Video

  1. Michelle Post

    This is so perfect. Thank You.
    Michelle
    http;//www.sensorybasic.com

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