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The Necessity for Adult's Sensory Processing Evaluating Tool and the Introduction of Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile (성인용 감각처리 평가도구의 필요성 및 Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile의 소개)

  • Park, Mi-Hee;Kim, Kyeong-Mi
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.4 no.1
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    • pp.17-28
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    • 2006
  • The person's behaviors are interactive with sensory processing ability. So sensory processing ability is very important. Most of tools which evaluate sensory processing are developed for the child. But sensory integrated problems are not restricted to the child. It is possible for sensory integrative problems to happen independent of the intellectual level and the social stratum. And sensory integrative problems are distributed in all age. Adults who have a sensory defensiveness use various coping strategies. But it does not solve a basic sensory defensive problem. Previous studies reported the fact that the sensory integrative treatment has a high treatment effect in these people. In this paper, we present the necessity for adult's sensory processing evaluating tool. We introduces Adolescent/Adult Sensory profile to be translated into Korean. It will discriminate adults who have sensory defensiveness from adult. It will provide these people with the suitable help.

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What is sensory and consumer science? ('감각·소비자과학'이란?)

  • Lee, Hye-Seong
    • Food Science and Industry
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    • v.52 no.1
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    • pp.2-10
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    • 2019
  • Sensory and consumer science is one of the four core sciences in food science training. In early years, this field of studies are focused on providing food technologists information of sensory attributes of food for quality control and product optimization, and referred as sensory evaluation or sensory science interchangeably. Yet, during the last decades, its scope has been much broadened looking at sensory properties of food not just as product attributes but consumer-perceived properties, emphasizing human experience. Attentions are increased for sensory fundamentals(sensory psychology and physiology) and multidisciplinary integration of theories and measurement methods for improving satisfaction of consumers' sensory experience and promoting healthy eating and wellbeing. The Sensory Evaluation(SE) division of Korean Society of Food Science and Technology(KoSFoST) has recently changed its name to Sensory and Consumer Science(SCS) division in order to address such evolution of the field and sensory professional's role.

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The Effect of Sensory Processing Areas on the Parenting Stress of Parents (감각처리 영역이 부모의 양육 스트레스에 미치는 영향)

  • Choi, Jeong-Sil;Lee, Mi-Hee
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.33-42
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    • 2004
  • Objective : To evaluate the sensory processing ability in relation to parenting stress and find the sensory modulation areas affecting the parenting stress in disabled children Methods : Parents of 124 children with disabilities between 3 to 7 years receiving occupational therapy in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do made out the questionnaire and in items of questionnaire, Short Sensory Profile and Parenting Stress Index of short form was included. Results : Among general information, parenting stress of parents had significant correlation with the degree of disability and correlation with the lower level 2 of Parenting Stress Index. The more sensory processing disability was increased, the more parenting stress was increased. Parenting stress showed the significant correlation with movement sensitivity area and under-responsiveness/behaivor area seeking specific stimulation among sensory processing areas and had significant correlation with tactile sensitivity and auditory filtering. Sensory processing areas which affect the most the Parenting Stress were movement sensitivity and under-responsiveness/behaivor area seeking the specific behavior among sensory control disabilities. Conclusion : The parenting stress of parents with the disabled children had the correlation with sensory processing ability. The difficulty of sensory processing increased the parenting stress. Hence, in order to improve children's sensory processing ability, the appropriately coping program should be developed and the appropriate intervention for improvement of sensory processing ability of children will be necessary.

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The Effect of Short-Term Intensive Sensory Integration Therapy Program on a Child with Sensory Modulation Disorder(Mixed Pattern) : Case Study (혼합형 감각조절장애 아동에 대한 단기집중 감각통합치료 프로그램의 효과-사례보고)

  • Kim, Eun-Young;Ji, Seok-Yeon
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.4 no.1
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    • pp.37-46
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    • 2006
  • Objective : This single-subject study explored the effect of short-term intensive sensory integration therapy program which was provided in a 2006 sensory integration treatment course on adaptive response of a four-year-girl with sensory modulation disorder(mixed pattern). Method : Based on results of the assessment to the child, her therapist offers an organized sensory integration program during four days. Results : Improvement of child's movement quality and variety in physical environment in therapy rooms and interaction with her therapist were observed. Conclusions : This report of the case will be helpful for occupational therapists who plan to intervent with a short-term intensive sensory integration therapy program. In addition, the need for consideration of consultation with the child's parents is discussed.

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The Home-based Program for Child with Sensory Modulation Disorder: Case Study (감각조절장애 아동에 대한 가정 프로그램의 적용 - 사례연구)

  • Lee, Ji-Young;Kim, Sung-Eun
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.41-49
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    • 2007
  • Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of the home-based program composed of sensory diet for child with sensory modulation disorder. Method: The subject underwent the home-based program composed of sensory diet for 8 months. Evaluation tools we used are the Developmental Screening Test II(DDSTII) for developmental screening; the Short Sensory Profile(SSP), clinical observation and the clinical history record form for sensory integrative function; the Motor-Free Visual Perception Test(MVPT) and draw a person test for visual perception. Evaluation was executed before and after the program is provided. Results: The subject has showed remarkable improvement in developmental level, sensory integrative function and visual perceptual ability after went through the home-based program. Conclusion: The home-based program composed of sensory diet is effective for children with sensory modulation disorder when it is difficult to apply classical sensory integrative approach.

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Effects of A Sensory Stimulation Program on Growth and Behavioral Development of Infants (감각자극 프로그램이 영아의 성장과 행동발달에 미치는 효과)

  • 김정선
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.29 no.6
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    • pp.1445-1454
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    • 1999
  • This study was designed to investigate the effects of a sensory stimulation program on the growth (weight, height, head circumference, and chest circumference), behavioral development, behavioral states, and the heart rate of the infants. A total of 23 infants of 2 weeks old were divided into sensory stimualtion group (11 infants) and control group (12 infants). The infants of sensory stimulation group had received sensory stimulation for 6 weeks. Sensory stimulation program was composed of tactile and kinesthetic stimulation. We assessed growth, behavioral state and heart rate every week and behavioral development every 2 weeks. The results were as follows: 1. Body weight in sensory stimulation group, from two weeks after the sensory stimulation program, was significantly increased more than control group, but there was no significant difference in height, head circumference, and chest circumference between the two groups. 2. Behavioral developmental score of sensory stimulation group was significantly higher than that of control group from two weeks after the sensory stimulation program. Developmental states of sensory stimulation group showed more 'high average developmental state' than the control group from 4 weeks after sensory stimulation program. 3. Behavioral states of sensory stimulation group after the sensory stimulation program, the 'sleeping state' was significantly increased more than control group. The 'awakening state' and the state of fuss or crying were significantly less than those of the control group. 4. The heart rate of the sensory stimulation group after the sensory stimulation was significantly lower than the control group. These results indicate that the sensory stimulation program decreases heart rate and improves the sleeping state to be effective on promoting the growth and development of the infants. In view of these experiments, we suggest sensory stimulation program might be considered as a nursing intervention for growth and development of the infants not only in clinical settings but also at homes and in the communities.

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The Difference of Subjective Sense Recognition According to the Characteristics of Sensory Processing (처리특성에 따른 주관적 감각인식의 차이)

  • Park, Mi-Hee;Kim, Kyeong-Mi
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.21-30
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    • 2007
  • Objective: This study was to provide a standard for the evaluation of The Korean version of Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile(K-ASP) for University students and to investigate the difference of the subjective sense recognition regarding the characteristics of sensory processing. Method: The subjects consisted of 84 University students. A researcher examined subjective sense recognition and K-ASP for subjects. Visual Analog Scale used to evaluate subjective sense recognition and K-ASP was utilized to evaluate the characteristics of sensory processing. Results: 1. The average scores and standard deviation of K-ASP were $32.93{\pm}7.88$ for low registration group, $39.39{\pm}6.55$ for sensory seeking group, $38.94{\pm}9.13$ for sensory sensitivity group, and $34.24{\pm}7.85$ for sensory avoiding group. 2. The correlation between the total score on an each quadrant and the subjective sense recognition are -.27 for low registration group, .11 for sensory seeking group, .09 for sensory sensitivity group and .12 for sensory avoiding group. It showed the statistically significant correlation between the total score of low registration and the subjective sense recognition group(p<.05). 3. The average scores and standard deviation of the subjective sense recognition were $5.22{\pm}1.56$ for high threshold and $7.28{\pm}1.70$ for low threshold. The subjective sense recognition according to the characteristics of sensory processing showed the statistically significant difference. Conclusions: This study supports the theory that there is the difference of sensory recognition according to each individual and we found that people with difficulties of sensory processing acknowledge their characteristics of sensory processing well. Evaluation of sensory processing ability through interview or questionnaire supports the fact which it is reliable.

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The Study of Sensory Processing Skills in People with Intellectual Disabilities (지적 장애인의 감각처리능력에 관한 연구)

  • Jeong, Byoung-Lock
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.17 no.10
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    • pp.280-288
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the sensory processing of adults with intellectual disabilities by Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile(AASP). AASP was executed for 98 adults with intellectual disabilities residing in nursing home. The score of sensory processing ability expressed the conditions of being 'Less Than Most People' and 'Much Less Than Most People' in the all sensory processing areas of Low Registration, Sensory Sensitivity, Sensory Seeking, Sensory Avoiding. There was not significant difference in the sex. The score of sensory processing ability between teenagers(11 years to 17 years) and adult(above 18 years), teenagers statistically showed lower scores in the three sensory processing areas of Low Registration, Sensory Seeking, and Sensory Sensitivity. In addition, there was significant difference in the sensory processing areas of Low Registration and Sensory Avoiding according to the disability grading. In the future research, it is suggested to examine the sensory processing within residual setting and it need a study comparing sensory processing skills according to the disability grading by increasing subjects.

Sensory Integration Therapy Camp(Treatment Course) Report (대한감각통합치료학회 주최 제2회 감각통합치료캠프(치료과정) 보고)

  • Kim, Kyeong-Mi;Choi, Jeong-Sil;Lee, Mi-Hee
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.65-71
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    • 2004
  • Objective : Korean Academy of Sensory Integration(KASI) planned and executed sensory integration Therapy Camp to serve intensive sensory integration program for children with the sensory integrative dysfunction, to support their family with parent' education and home programs, and to suggest practical guideline for therapists through individual supervision and demonstrations. Methods : The camp was held during 5days in the children's center for developmental support that set up sensory integration tools. The camp executed the individual and group interventions that consisted of 7 children with sensory integrative dysfunction, especially dyspraxia and 7 therapists who manage them and 6 supervisors. Results : Children which served the intensive intervention showed the improved adaptive responses during the camp and their parents reported the satisfaction degree of the camp program was 83%. Their therapists also had a chance to understand the broader sensory integrative interventions through the supervision. Conclusion : To provide the clients for qualitative sensory integration service, the camp must be programmed that children with the sensory integrative dysfunction can service the intensive sensory integration program and their therapists can actually experience reeducation individually through supervision and demonstrations.

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The Change of Sensory Integration Educational Program in Korea and Japan (한국과 일본의 감각통합 교육 프로그램의 변화)

  • Kim, Kyung-Mi;Ji, Seok-Yeon;Kang, Eun-A;Kim, Mi-Sun;NamGung, Young;Lee, Ji-Young
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.79-84
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    • 2005
  • Six members of Korean association of sensory integration(KASI) participated the treatment course named C-course of japanese association for the study of sensory integrative dysfunction(JASSID) during Jul. 27$\sim$Aug. 3, 2005. After the course, we investigated the education program of Japan and Korea and how it had been changed and developed. Through investigating JASSID with history for 23 years and KASI with history for 8 years, we find out that the common contents of sensory integration exist and the diversities of their own cultural and social contexts also exist. In korea, KASI would develop our own educational program and research based on having the close relationship with Japan and other former country developed education of sensory integration.

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