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Processing

Compiling and maintaining the file of information about the transaction, including the credit report, appraisal, verification of employment and assets,and so on.

Mortgage brokers usually process the loans they handle. The processing file is handed off to underwriting for the loan decision.

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Relationship between sensory processing sensitivity, personality dimensions and mental health.
Performance-based assessment tools, such as the SP3D, along with structured clinical observations of postural and motor skills and parent or caregiver report of behaviors associated with sensory processing, are optimal for obtaining a comprehensive assessment of a child's sensory processing abilities (Schaaf et al., 2014).
Using the interaction of neurological threshold continuum and behavior response continuum, Dunn introduced the four quadrants of sensory processing patterns, including low registration, sensory seeking, sensory sensitivity, and sensory avoiding [2].
With advances in research, difficulties in sensory processing in children with ASD are becoming increasingly evident.
Sensory processing is known to be a factor that limits family participation in work, family and leisure activities, in families of children who have autism (Schaaf, Tooth-Cohen, Johnson, Outten & Benevides 2011).
Lucy Miller, Executive Director, SPD Foundation, USA, who will be discussing EeAoA Paradigm Shift for Treatment and Research in Sensory Processing DisorderEeAo.
Ghosh explained, "We propose that cortical sensory processing in the contemporary brain is continuously shaped by personal digital technology." This study is perhaps one of the first of its kind in exploring the plasticity of the brain and how regular and repetitive activities may actually change the way the human brain works.
Her son Kalel, four, has Sensory Processing Disorder, a condition where sensory signals don't get organised into appropriate responses, making it difficult to act upon information received through the senses.
Theory and research suggest that sensory processing sensitivity (SPS), found in roughly 20 percent of humans and more than 100 other species, is a trait associated with greater sensitivity and responsiveness to the environment and to social stimuli.
The new chip dubbed "TrueNorth" works to mimic the "right brain" functions of sensory processing "responding to sights, smells and information from the environment to learn to respond in different situations.
Previous research suggests that sensory processing sensitivity (SPS) is an innate trait associated with greater sensitivity, or responsiveness, to environmental and social stimuli.