Definition of Proprioceptors

1. Noun. (plural of proprioceptor) ¹



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Definition of Proprioceptors

1. proprioceptor [n] - See also: proprioceptor

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Literary usage of Proprioceptors

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1. Chapters in General Psychology by Stevenson Smith, Edwin Ray Guthrie (1921)
"THE proprioceptors Semicircular Canals. These organs, though not auditory in function, are contained in three communicating cavities constituting a part of ..."

2. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"The proprioceptors ensure the coordinated or synergic action of the motor ... Any proprioceptors which are excited by the action of visceral muscles would ..."

3. An Introduction to Neurology by Charles Judson Herrick (1922)
"Those related with the first group are the typical proprioceptors; ... also serve as proprioceptors. and report back to the central nervous system the ..."

4. An Introduction to neurology by Charles Judson Herrick (1918)
"I have, accordingly, somewhat arbitrarily regarded the sensory nerves of the first and third groups of muscles as proprioceptors and those of the second ..."

5. An Introduction to Neurology by Charles Judson Herrick (1918)
"The eyes and most of the other exteroceptive sense organs, so far as they act in the way just suggested, also serve as proprioceptors. and report back to ..."

6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"It is termed by Sherrington the chief head ganglion for the proprioceptors, or those organs which give rise to the sense of position of the human body. ..."

7. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1879)
"... we propose that the sensations which comprise the differentiating factor arise from stimulation of the proprioceptors in the muscles, tendons, ..."

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