Torque-sensitive transmissions have emerged as promising solutions to meet this need by significantly increasing actuator efficiency and power density, but their modeling and analysis remain an open research topic. In this paper, we introduce the sensitivity between input displacement and output torque as a key metric to analyze the performance of these complex mechanisms in dynamic tasks. Our results show that sensitivity analysis is a valuable tool for designers to systematically analyze and create transmission systems capable of human-like physical behavior. The manuscript can be downloaded freely at this link: Actuators | Free Full-Text | Analysis and Validation of Sensitivity in Torque-Sensitive Actuators (