Definitions for "Representational systems"
The internal representations of experience in the five senses: seeing (visual), hearing (auditory), feeling (kinesthetic), tasting (gustatory) and smelling (olfactory).
representation of information internally through our basic senses, i.e. pictures (visual), sounds (auditory), feelings (kinesthetic), taste (gustatory), and smells (olfactory).
The five senses: seeing, hearing, touching (feeling), smelling and tasting.
In neo-Piagetian terminology, the third stage in development of self-definition, characterized by breadth, balance, and the integration and assessment of various aspects of the self. (299)