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Sensory Intelligence® is embedded in the research of sensory processing, started in occupational therapy but expanded to a wide interdisciplinary network

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Touch: An integrative review of a somatosensory approach to the treatment of adults with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder

By Suzie McGreevy & Pauline Boland

Introduction: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a complex experience which can adversely affect a person’s health and engagement in daily life. Some evidence-based treatments for PTSD, including pharmacological and psychological…

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Sensorimotor transduction of time information is preserved in subjects with cerebellar damage

By Marco Molinari, Maria G Leggio, Valeria Filippini, Maria C Gioia, Antonio Cerasa & Michael H Thaut

The cerebellar contribution to motor entrainment through rhythmic auditory stimuli was analysed by comparing rhythmic motor responses in subjects with cerebellar pathologies and in healthy controls. Eleven patients with cerebellar…

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Blue space, health and well-being: A narrative overview and synthesis of potential benefits

By Mathew White, Lewis Elliott, Mireia Gascon, Bethany Roberts, Lora Fleming

Research into the potential health and well-being benefits from exposure to green spaces such as parks and woodlands has led to the development of several frameworks linking the different strands…

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