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A Study on setting the Environment of Inclusive Playground Including Disabled Children and Children without Disabilities (including at-risk children) based on J. Ayres' Sensory Integration Theory (감각통합이론에 근거한 장애와 비장애를 포용하는 놀이터 환경 구성에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Naeri
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.205-212
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    • 2015
  • This study starts at the at-risk children(the students in the margins)' needs for the inclusive education environment who increased lately. It is studied in the limited scope, which is about spacially 'playground' and 'Sensory integrative therapy' in terms of the special education therapy. The 6 environmental setting principles are suggested, which is redefined in terms of suitable for applying to the environment design based on the training way and arbitration principle of J. Ayres' Sensory integrative therapy. And then various environment design methods are drawn from above-mentioned 6 principles, they are categorized in 4 elements for environmental setting - sensory element, behavior element, mental element and design expression element. This trial brings daily practice of therapeutic stimulate to sensory integration dysfunction children, and sensory experiential diversity promoting development to general children. Expecially it has some advantage that at-risk children(the students in the margins) feel a sense of belonging as a member of society.

The Influence of Cognitive Factors on the Creative Abilities in Design -Focused on the Sensory Modalities and Thinking Modes-

  • Woo Heung-Ryong
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.143-154
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    • 2006
  • The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of Cognitive Factors (CF) on the Creative Abilities (CAs) in design. We set up a model of Cognitive Design Process (CDP), which consists of four domains: Concepts, Experience, Five Senses (FS), and Thinking Modes (TM). Here, experience is first perceived by the five senses, and then recognized by intelligence. We regard design as a transforming process from concept to experience. For this study, two major Sensory Modalities (Visual and Kinesthetic), four Thinking Modes (Brain Dominance Profile), and four Creative Abilities (Fluency, Flexibility, Originality, and Elaboration) were reviewed. We hypothesized that idea generation is influenced by different Sensory Modalities (Visual Sense vs. Kinesthetic Sense) and Thinking Modes, and that these have a close relationship with the attributes of CAs. Firstly, we have examined the cognitive thinking model in design. Then, we adapted the Test of Creative Abilities of Design Thinking (TCADT) for measuring CAs. We surveyed the CAs under CF in particular. Finally, we have investigated the influences of the different Sensory Modalities (Visual Sense vs. Kinesthetic Sense) on CAs. It was found that a close relationship between Brain Dominance and CAs, and Sensory Modalities (SM) have different influence on these creative abilities. As a result, a tool for the Test of CAs and a framework for creative idea generation with the effective CF will be presented. These provide the basis for a new approach to creative idea generation in Experience Design.

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The Improvement of the Balance and Breath Abilities for Mental Retardation by Sensory Integrative Intervention: Single Subject Research (지적장애 아동의 균형과 호흡 기능 향상을 위한 감각통합치료: 개별 실험 연구)

  • Kim, Kyeong-Mi;Hong, Eun-Kyoung
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.33-44
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    • 2011
  • Objective : Sensory integration is the organization for sensation for use. The purpose of this study is to carry out the sensory integrative intervention for the mental retardation with child and to examine change of child's balance and breath abilities. Methods : The study performed from 25 May to 13 Autumn, 2009. The design is AB design(baseline 3sessions, intervention 21sessions) of single-subject research design. We carried out the sensory integrative intervention(3 sessions per week) for baseline period and the sensory integrative intervention(3 sessions per week) with sensory diet every day for intervention period. Results : The results of the sensory integrative intervention with sensory diet had positive effects for child's breathe and balance. Conclusion : The occupational therapists recognize the effects of the sensory integrative intervention with sensory diet and need to recommend for the family of child with disability.

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The Sensory Evaluation of Bread with Added $\alpha$-Azuki bean Powder for Manufacturing Small Red Bean Bread by Balanced Incomplete Block Design ($\alpha$-팥 분말 첨가 식빵 제조를 위한 균형된 불완비 블록법에 의한 관능 평가)

  • 고광진
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.5 no.3
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    • pp.239-246
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    • 1995
  • This study was prepared to optimize $\alpha$-azuki bean powder content by sensory evaluation method when manufacturing bread with added $\alpha$-azuki bean powder. These sensory characteristics were designed to investigate sensory evaluation about appearance, color, texture, taste and overall acceptability of small red bean bread by balanced incomplete block design. According to evaluated mean of adjusted treatments, appearance was represented high value in bread with added 3% and 6% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder than bread without $\alpha$-azuki bean powder. Bread without $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was revealed maximum sensory score value of color among whole treatments and vread with added 6% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was revealed second highest sensory value. As $\alpha$-azuki bean powder content increased, sensory score of texture, taste and overall acceptability increased. and bread added 12% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder revealed maximum sensory score. On the results of this research about sensory characteristics for manufacturing bread with added $\alpha$-azuki bean powder, bread with added $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was considered optimum when12% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was added wheat flour because of highest score of texture, taste and overall acceptability in spite of lower score of appearance and color.

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Multi-Sensory Environment and Agitated Behavior in Ageing Residents with Dementia

  • Lee, Sook-Young;Morelli, Agneta
    • Architectural research
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.1-8
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    • 2010
  • This research paper explores selected behavioral outcomes of a multi-sensory environment. An experimental study was conducted at a specialized facility for the ageing in Sweden. The objective was to explore the effects of agitated behaviors of ageing residents with dementia and to identify any short-term effects. Appointed nursing staff was instructed to record physically and verbally agitated behaviors on three occasions; pre-session, mid-session, and post-session. Over seven months, nine participants received sixty-one sessions in the multi-sensory room. ANOVA and Post hoc multiple comparisons were performed to identify the differences in mean between each session. Generally irritated/frustrated behavior and eating/drinking non foods revealed statistically significant differences, while there were no significant results in verbally agitated behavior. One short-term effect was observed in one agitated category; a reduction of generally irritated/frustrated behavior. These results suggest that the multi-sensory environment can have positive effects on some manifestations of agitated behavior. This study proposes that a multi-sensory environment may be recommended as an alternative intervention for physically agitated behavior among this category of residents. However, more research is needed to understand the specific effects and the best use of the multi-sensory environment for this population.

A Study on Characteristics of Sensory Richness Towards Healing Environments at the Lobby of Geriatric Hospital Using Biophilic Design Approach (바이오필릭 디자인에 기반한 노인요양병원 로비공간의 다감각적 치유환경에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Dami;Lee, Hyunsoo
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.21-30
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    • 2016
  • For the elderly with declining sensory due to aging, various sense stimulation factors provided in indoor environment is desirable healing environment. This study aims to propose the direction of sensory healing environment by adapting the richness of natural environment in indoor place based on the biophilic design theory with implementation method of sensory richness environment. The healing environment was limited to the ward in the beginning, but it has widened its range to the whole place, and the lobby is considered quiet important to healing. Therefore, this study selected lobby space of geriatric hospital as study subject. As for the study method, we deducted the analytic matrix focusing on the property and elements of the direct and indirect experience of nature appearing in the biophilic design theory, and analyzed the field investigation of subject space. Also, this study paid attention to point where the hotel lobby leads the change of emotional environment, and conducted analysis and comparison by deciding this is what the hotel and geriatric hospital should direct to. As the result, the biophilic design factor of hotel is actively expressed by complex direction of various factors, but as for the geriatric hospital, it was rather passive and simple in expression. The adaptation ratio between hotel and geriatric hospital was almost more than twice times difference in average.

The Effect of Motives of Ramie Fabrics on Sensory Image Evaluation (모시 소재의 문양에 따른 감성 이미지 평가)

  • Lee, Soon-Im;Kim, Jae-Sook
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.14 no.6
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    • pp.1015-1026
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of the study were to find out (1) the effect of motives on perceiver's image perception on ramie fabrics, and perceiver's trait, age and gender on sensory image evaluation of ramie fabrics. The research was a quasi experiment and experimental materials developed for the study were a set of material stimuli and semantic differential scales to measure sensory image of the stimuli, an aesthetic value scale. the independent design was motif design techniques(Plain Weave, burnt-out, embroidery, stripe, check). The subjects were 421 adults in Daejeon and Seachun. The results was as follows: The factor analysis of semantic differential scales for the ramie materials emerged 4 different image dimensions: attractiveness, hand, elegance, weight). The five design techniques showed significantly different image affects on some selective dimensions. The burn-out design gave the most attractive image, the embroidery design gave the softest image and plain weaved fabric presented the lightest hand image. Consumer's aesthetic values, gender and age tended to affect sensory image evaluation of ramie materials. On conclusion the result revealed that design strategy for the ramie material, design development though motives will be an essential process. and for material design pursued design image and target consumer's trait should be carefully considered.

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The Effects of the Sensory Integration Intervention Focused on Combined Both Individual Therapy and Group Therapy for Sensory Integration Ability and Occupational Performance Abilities in Children With Somatodyspraxia: Case Study (체성실행장애 아동을 위한 개별치료와 그룹치료를 병행한 감각통합치료가 감각통합능력 및 작업수행능력에 미치는 효과: 개별 실험 연구)

  • Cho, Hye-Jin;Bong, Young-Soon;Lee, Ji-Young
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.13-26
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    • 2013
  • Objective : The purpose of the study was to investigate The effects of the sensory integration intervention focused on combined both individual therapy and group therapy for sensory integration ability and occupational performance abilities in children with somatodyspraxia. Methods : Once in a total of 12 weeks, baseline period of four sessions and twenty-four session intervention period, research process had combined individual therapy and group therapy for sensory integration therapy. The Design is ABA design of single-subject research design. For a comparison of each-side of the operation performance change in therapy for children, through the assessment Baseline at four sessions and reassessment at two sessions after intervention, the Occupational performance ability change was measured. During intervention period, Process changed the Sensory Integration ability was measured through the Goal Attainment Scale (GAS). Results : The Sensory Integration Ability combined Individual therapy and Group therapy have effect about improvement of the Sensory Integration ability and the Occupational performance ability for children with Somatodyspraxia. Conclusion : Henceforth, subject will undergo systematized experimental design, and when dependent variable such as Sensory Integration ability and the Occupational performance was measured, effect-measuring study needs through using reliable tools.

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An Analysis of Research on the Sensory Stimulation in Newborn Infants in Korea (신생아 감각자극에 관한 국내 연구 논문 분석)

  • Lee Kun-Ja;Lee Myung-Hee
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.8 no.3
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    • pp.322-333
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    • 2002
  • Purpose: The purpose of study was : 1) to analyse the trend of research on the sensory stimulation in newborn in Korea, 2) to suggest direction for further study on the sensory stimulation in newborn and contributing to the use of intervention in newborn. Method: Research studies on the sensory stimulation in newborn were selected from the dissertations, parents-child health. Academic Society Journal, and from Korean Journal of Pediatrcs which were conducted between 1984 and 2002. The total numbers of the studies were 15. These studies were analyzed for 1) time of publication or presentation 2) thesis for a degree or nondegree 3) characteristics of subjects 4) sample size 5) research design 6) type of sensory stimualtion 7) meaurement tool 8) result. Result : 1)The most year of studies were the 1996's~ 2000's. 2) The degree of studies were higher than nondegree. 3) The most characteristics of subjects were the premature infants. 4) The most frequent sample sizes were 11-20. 5) The all research design was nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design in quasi experimental basis. 6) The most type of sensory stimulation was Field massage(tactile and kinesthetic). 7) The measurement tool used all objective tools. 8) The most research data were collected by the measure of the weight, heart rate, behavior state, respiration, stress hormon and positive results. Conclusion: 1) Human sensory stimulation did not seem to harm the infants. 2) several positive effects of sensory stimulation that have been reported previously must be reevaluated. 3) further research will be required large sample size, long-term outcome, individualized stimulation program, early parent-infant contact in order to enhance the development of attachment, to determine the underlying mechanism and theorical frame for these stimulation effect.

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