Sensory Integration - Working Outline

  1. Main Page
    1. Definitions
    2. Schema & simple terms
    3. General stuff
    4. Feature binding as introduction
  2. Different pages for different types of integration
    1. Food perception (taste and smell)
    2. Examples:
      1. Sound – color (?)
      2. Grapheme – color (?)
      3. etc.
  3. Dysfunctions
    1. SID
    2. synesthesia
  4. Developmental issues
  5. Cohesive representation of world?

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Bundy, A. C., Lane, S. J., & Murray, E. A. (2002). Sensory Integration: Theory and practice. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

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