Sensory Processing

  1. What is SP (Sensory Processing)?
  2. Senses and Sensations
  3. The five types
  4. The five types examples
  5. The Sensory Fan-model

The five types: examples

Each person has a different way of dealing with sensory input. You process input in a neutral way, you become aware of too little input (underresponsiveness) or of far too much input (overresponsiveness).

The behavior you see provides a lot of information about the person’s sensory processing. Below are examples of behaviors associated with the five types. We will, of course, be looking at the situations through SPi-glasses (which are glasses with which you look at behavior with Sensory Processing in mind).

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