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sub- +‎ sensory

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subsensory (not comparable)

  1. Below the threshold of sensory perception.
    • 2015 December 4, “Effect of Tendon Vibration on Hemiparetic Arm Stability in Unstable Workspaces”, in PLOS ONE[1], →DOI:
      Vibration, applied as a subsensory stimulus (i.e. below the sensory threshold) to the foot improves posture and balance in older adults, patients with diabetes, and individuals with stroke.