ALL meanings of sensory deprivation

sen·so·ry dep·ri·va·tion
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  • noun sensory deprivation the experimental or natural reduction of environmental stimuli, as by physical isolation or loss of eyesight, often leading to cognitive, perceptual, or behavioral changes, as disorientation, delusions, or panic. 1
  • noun sensory deprivation an experimental situation in which all stimulation is cut off from the sensory receptors 0
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