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Week One WorksheetRespond to the following questions in 75 to 150 words each.1.Differentiate between sensation and perception. Explain the importance of separating these concepts.Sensation is the process in which the sensory receptor is stimulated by at least one of the five senses which are smell, sight, touch, hearing, and taste. Sensation is all about the physical stimulus. Perception is when the brain performs organization of the information it receives from the neural impulses. Perception is responsible for one’s emotions and memories. It is important to remember that perception follows sensations much like the action of cause and effect. Sensation usually occurs first and then perception follows. 2.Identify the biological factors that influence sensation and perception.Biological factors that influence sensation and perception include experiencing certain sights, sounds, tastes, and smells. For example, if hearing sounds happen to be the