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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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Linking Neuroscience, Function, and Intervention: A Scoping Review of Sensory Processing and Mental Illness

By Antoine L. Bailliard, Stephanie C. Whigham

PURPOSE. Sensory approaches to mental illness are increasingly prominent in occupational therapy. Despite indicators of efficacy, a paucity of literature supports these approaches. This article provides a scoping review of…

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The functional highly sensitive brain: a review of the brain circuits underlying sensory processing sensitivity and seemingly related disorders

By Acevedo, Bianca., Aron, Elaine., Pospos, Sarah., Jessen, Dana

During the past decade, research on the biological basis of sensory processing sensitivity (SPS)—a genetically based trait associated with greater sensitivity and responsivity to environmental and social stimuli—has burgeoned. As…

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Defining Interdisciplinary Research: Conclusions from a Critical Review of the Literature Study Design

By Aboelela, Sally W., Larson, Elaine., Bakken, Suzanne., Carrasquillo, Olveen., Formicola, Allan., Glied, Sherry A., Haas, Janet., Gebbie, Kristine M

Objective. To summarize findings from a systematic exploration of existing literature and views regarding interdisciplinarity, to discuss themes and components of such work, and to propose a theoretically based definition…

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