Ch. 4 Reaction Paper

Ch. 4 Reaction Paper - Melissa Fuller PS101 A February 14,...

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Melissa Fuller PS101 A February 14, 2008 Unpleasant Sensory Experiences A sensory experience that is always unpleasant is the smell of a skunk. The olfactory cells in the nose pick up the odor caused by thiols and disulfide compounds in that specific odor. When you start to smell a skunk, your eyes start to water because it is such an unpleasant odor to smell. It is also second nature for someone to plug their nose with their fingers and try to get out of the range of that smell as soon as possible. Know whenever I smell something that almost smells like a skunk my eyes start to water and without knowing it I put my fingers on my nose. Another unpleasant sensory experience is when you listen to music that is too loud. When music is too loud you put your eardrums overtime because of all the sound waves that are hitting them. Your ears start to hurt and you begin to get a headache or can’t think straight. After you have experienced being somewhere with loud music, you can simply walk by a store
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This essay was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course PS 101 taught by Professor Lesniewski during the Spring '08 term at Mount Ida.

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Ch. 4 Reaction Paper - Melissa Fuller PS101 A February 14,...

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