haptic

(hap´tik) tactile.
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haptic

tactile adjective of or relating to or proceeding from the sense of touch; `haptic data`; `a tactile reflex`
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haptic

haptic 1. Tactile; of, pertaining to, or relating to the sense of touch or tactile sensations. 2. Having a greater dependence on sensations of touch than on sight, especially as a means of psychological orientation.
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haptic

of, like or pertaining to the sense of touch
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Haptic

Pertaining to the sense of touch, from the Greek word haptein, to grasp. There are four types of sensory neurons (mechanoreceptors) involved in the haptic modality. The haptic, or tactile, sensory modality is the only active sense that can be used to explore our environment; vision and hearing are passive senses since they cannot act upon the envir...
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haptic

Type: Term Pronunciation: hap′tik Definitions: 1. Of or pertaining to the sensation of touch or tactile sense. 2. The flexible, looping extension attached to an artificial intraocular lens that stabilizes and centers it within the eye.
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haptic

[adj] - of or relating to or proceeding from the sense of touch
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