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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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The influence of post traumatic stress disorder, depression, and sensory processing patterns on occupational engagement: A case study

By Tina Champagne

Abstract. The purpose of this article is to provide a brief overview of how Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression, and Sensory Processing patterns influence occupational engagement, including work performance. Interventions…

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The relationship between sensory processing difficulties and anxiety level of healthy adults

By Engel-Yeger, B; Dunn, W.

Purpose: The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between extreme sensory reactivity as expressed in daily living situations, and trait and state anxiety, among healthy individuals. Procedures:…

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Relationship Between Pain Catastrophizing Level and Sensory Processing Patterns in Typical Adults

By Engel-Yeger, B; Dunn, W.

OBJECTIVE. We examined the relationship between pain perception, as expressed by pain catastrophizing level, and sensory processing patterns among typical adults. METHOD. Two hundred ninety healthy adults participated in this…

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