Research

Sensory Intelligence® is embedded in the research of sensory processing, started in occupational therapy but expanded to a wider interdisciplinary network. The data and reach are vast and fascinating, supporting this framework being used in various disciplines and across industries.

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The effect of sensory processing on the work performance of call centre agents in a South African context

By Annemarie Lombard

Call centres are thriving and expanding commercial enterprises providing cost-effective ways for organisations to connect with new and existing clients through telecommunication channels. Call centre agents perform this function telephonically…

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Interventions in everyday life to improve mental health and reduce symptoms of psychiatric disorders.

By Kazdin AE

The high prevalence rates of mental disorders worldwide and the paucity of services constitute a mental health crisis. The vast majority of people in low-, middle-, and high-income countries do…

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The importance of sensory processing in mental health: A proposed addition to the research domain criteria (RDoC) and suggestions for RDoC 2.0.

By Laura A Harrison, Anastasiya Kats, Marian E Williams, Lisa Aziz-Zadeh

The time is ripe to integrate burgeoning evidence of the important role of sensory and motor functioning in mental health within the National Institute of Mental Health’s [NIMH] Research Domain…

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