QUIZ YOURSELF ON “ITS” VS. “IT’S”!
Words nearby sensory deprivation
Example sentences from the Web for sensory deprivation
Nothing captures the exuberance and sensory experience of Havana quite like this.
Zubaydah and two other detainees were subsequently waterboarded, and subjected to other methods including sleep deprivation.CIA Interrogation Chief: ‘Rectal Feeding,’ Broken Limbs Are News to Me|Kimberly Dozier|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Detainees there were subject to sleep deprivation, shackled to bars with their hands above their heads.
He was slapped, grabbed in the face, placed in stress positions, placed in standing sleep deprivation, and doused with water.
Neurons begin to die within four to six minutes of oxygen deprivation.
It is astonishing how deeply I felt this deprivation, and how much more horrible my solitude now appeared.My Ten Years' Imprisonment|Silvio Pellico
On the tibia of the first pair of legs are two long special sensory hairs set in little pits.
They could, besides, be judged from the standpoint of deprivation, comparing them to each other as if they contained some form.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 3|Plotinos (Plotinus)
Passion moves the poet to intensity, which is attained by selection of those sensory images which are significant.Rhetoric and Poetry in the Renaissance|Donald Lemen Clark
By this one deprivation his contact with man had ruined him for the life of nature.The Watchers of the Trails|Charles G. D. Roberts
British Dictionary definitions for sensory deprivation
Medical definitions for sensory deprivation
Cultural definitions for sensory deprivation
A natural or experimentally arranged situation in which stimulation of a subject's senses is greatly reduced. Experiments have included floating subjects in soundproof water chambers. Though short periods of sensory deprivation can be relaxing, extended deprivation can result in extreme anxiety, hallucinations, bizarre thoughts, depression, and antisocial behavior. Sensory deprivation experiments have demonstrated that humans need constant sensory contact with their environment in order to function.