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Running head: Sensory Worksheet1Sensory WorksheetCarrie YoungRasmussen CollegeAuthor NoteThis paper is being submitted on October 10, 2016, for Tanya Harrell’s G148 GeneralPsychology course.Carrie Young
Sensory Worksheet2Sensory WorksheetSmell is the ability to perceive an odor or scent of something.“Your sense ofsmell – like your sense of taste – is part of your chemosensory system, or the chemical senses.Your ability to smell comes from specialized sensory cells, called olfactory sensory neurons,which are found in a small patch of tissue high inside the nose.These cells connect directly tothe brain” (“Smell Disorders,” n.d.).There are a few simple definitions of taste.First, taste is “to have a particular taste”(“Definition of Taste,” n.d.).Second, taste is “to sense the flavor of something that you areeating or drinking” (“Definition of Taste,” n.d.). Humans sense taste with taste receptor cells.