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 What is tactile imagery?

Answer Tactile imagery is the description of how something feels, such as hot or cold, soft, coarse or slimy. It is the mental image or understanding that is provoked by the sense of touch.ImageryTactile ... Read More »
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What is a tactile learner?

The term tactile, or kinesthetic, refers to a way of processing information that often makes it difficult for students to learn. These individuals retain information more easily when given a hands-... Read More »
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What is tactile stimulation?

If you have ever burned your hand on a hot stove, gone swimming or buried your face in your dog's fluffy top coat, you have experienced a form of tactile stimulation. The skin is the largest organ ... Read More »
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What is tactile learning?

Tactile learning, also known as kinesthetic learning, is the learning style most related to the sense of touch. Tactile learners retain information best by hands-on experience. Although tactile lea... Read More »
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What is a tactile switch?

Switches are used in electro-mechanical devices to send a signal from the device surface to a component within the system for a desired operation. Tactile switches or touch switches receive the inp... Read More »
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