Julia Rossini Neuropsychology of Behavior Exam 2 Spring 2013 The Body and the World, Proprioception Proprioception, as defined by Garrett in Brain and Behavior, is a sense that makes us aware of the positioning and movement of our bodies (p.330). Biologically speaking, the proprioceptive sense is necessary for movement control. However, only when it is impaired its full importance is recognized.
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