Sensory-motor integration

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Sensory-motor integration is the coupling of senses, e.g. the sense of touch, vestibular sense (allows an organism to sense body movement, direction, and acceleration, and to attain and maintain postural equilibrium and balance.) or proprioception (provides the information on the relative positions of the parts of the body). Close cooperation of the senses with the nervous system results in specific reactions, e.g. moving the head results in eyes movement, etc.

Updated: 13-11-2023, 14:30