Proprioception from Latin proprius, meaning "one's own", "individual," and capio,
capere, to take or grasp, is the sense of the relative position of neighbouring ...
Proprioception definition, perception governed by proprioceptors, as awareness
of the position of one's body. See more.
Proprioception: The ability to sense stimuli arising within the body regarding
position, motion, and equilibrium. Even if a person is blindfolded, he or she
pro·pri·o·cep·tion n. The unconscious perception of movement and spatial
orientation arising from stimuli within the body itself. [Latin proprius, one's own;
see per ...
perception mediated by proprioceptors or proprioceptive tissues. Miller-Keane
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Proprioception is an essential part of our body's ability to move. Learn more
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proprioception. Play pro·pri·o·cep·tion. Physiol. the normal awareness of one's
posture, movement, balance, and location based on the sensations received by ...
proprioception. Type: Term Pronunciation: prō′prē-ō-sep′shŭn. Definitions: 1.
A sense or perception, usually at a subconscious level, of the movements and ...
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proprioception: The unconscious perception of movement and spatial orientation
arising from stimuli within the body itself.