- kinesthetic sense,
Origin of kinesthesia
Examples from the Web for kinesthetic
The passiveness of the body precludes any important contribution of stimuli from kinesthetic sources.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
The remaining senses, the cutaneous, the kinesthetic and the visual, afford much fuller data for the perception of spatial facts.
Another individual might have had kinesthetic images instead of either visual or auditory.
also kinaesthetic, "pertaining to kinesthesia," 1880, coined by British neurologist Henry Charlton Bastian (1837-1915) from Greek kinein "to move" (see cite) + aisthesis "sensation" (see anaesthesia). Perhaps on model of aesthetic, prosthetic.