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The SOR scale was developed by cross-referencing two clinically respected sources (Dunn, 1999; Miller, 2006) and reviewed by two sensory processing disorder experts for validity.
Lane AE, Young RL, Baker AEZ, Angley MT Sensory processing subtypes in autism: Association with adaptive behavior.
Furthermore, there is evidence that there is a heritable aspect to sensory processing abnormalities, and tactile defensiveness is associated with fearful temperament and anxiety (J Abnorm Child Psychol.
Short Sensory Profile (SSP) (Dunn, 1999), is a 38 item caregiver questionnaire that evaluates children's sensory processing in everyday situations.
Sensory Processing Disorder creates challenges in performing everyday tasks, and can affect motor skills and behaviour but patients can be helped through occupational therapy.
SOURCE: "The Highly Sensitive Brain: An fMRI Study of Sensory Processing Sensitivity and Response to others' Emotions.
Sensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work With Kids & Teens
Silani said that their data showed that in conditions of social pain there is activation of an area traditionally associated with the sensory processing of physical pain, the posterior insular cortex, asserting that this occurred both when the pain was experienced in first person and when the subject experienced it vicariously.
They have built an artificial sensory processing system that exhibits cognitive abilities.
We have also demonstrated that grafted neurons can develop contacts with the host neurons and, to some extent, restore the connectivity between centers, above and below the injury, which are involved in motor and sensory processing.
Oliver's autism means he has a sensory processing disorder and is unable to cope with loud noises outside like a plane going overhead or unusual smells.
Like the hippocampus, the entorhinal cortex is located in the brain's temporal lobe, which is responsible for sensory processing, emotion, comprehending language, as well as storing memories.