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KINESTHESIA and most commonly kinesthesia; kinesthesia is complemented by kinesthesia for the knowledge of the human body. Another dimension is touch. Kinesthesia, part of kinesiology, serves to sense motion and position in gravitational space as well as in a space station or antigravitational field. To produce a change in the field of human action it is necessary to carry out a previous or joint and simultaneous transformation, in the field of perception.

  



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