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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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Sensory processing sensitivity and its relation to parental bonding, anxiety, and depression

By Miriam Liss, Laura Timmel, Kelin Baxley, Patrick Killingsworth

Sensory processing sensitivity is a recently proposed construct referring to a tendency to process a variety of information more strongly and deeply than others. Although some research has found links…

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Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile and Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder

By Eric F. Rieke, Diane Anderson

OBJECTIVE. We sought to describe how the sensory processing of adults with obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) differs from that of the general population within the context of Dunn’s (1997) model of…

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The assessment and treatment of sensory defensiveness in adult mental health: A literature review

By Abernethy, H.

The aim of this literature review was to explore the nature of the relationship between sensory defensiveness and mental health problems. The bibliographical database Dialog DataStar and various online resources…

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