Sensorial and Motor Activity

In order to understand the IEML paradigmatic tables, follow the reading instructions.

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In Table 1 below, the first row is about weight, the second about pressure and the third about some physical alternate movement. The second column is complementary to the first. The third and fourth columns are two extremes of the same spectrum.

Table 1: touch and resistance

In Table 2 below, columns 1 and 2 display complementary concepts on the same row. Columns 3, 4 and 5 display variations on a similar kind of movement or action on the same row.

Table 2: movements and physical actions

Table 3 below displays variations on flight (1st row), swim (2nd row), walk (3rd row) and space travel (4th row).

Table 3: movements according to environments

Table 4 below shows creation (row 1), display (row 2), recognition (row 3) and insulation (row 4) of sensorial and motor experience. Column 1 is about sound, column 2 about contact, column 3 about visual image, column 5 about smell/taste and column 6 about movement.

Table 4: control of sensorimotor experience
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