3.03 other senses.docx - 3.03 Other Senses Submit the following for the assignment Completed Graphic Organizer Taste Smell Touch Kinesthesis Vestibular

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3.03 Other Senses Submit the following for the assignment: Completed Graphic Organizer Taste Smell Touch Kinesthesis Vestibular System Stimulus Gustation Chemicals in the air Sensory Body position in space Hair cells send MSGs. To brain Receptors Taste Receptor Olfactory Somesthetic Proprioceptors Otoliths Location of Receptors Oral Cavity Cilia Somatosensor y system Ear, Muscles/Joints Semicircular Canals Basic Elements of Perception Sweet, Sour, Salty, Bitter Sweet, Smoky, Pungent Pain, Temperature Positioning & Posture Balance & Equilibrium A circus entertainer uses many sensory cues when performing. Write a paragraph describing three senses that circus entertainers rely on and explain why each is important. Circus Trainers need their sensory cues in order to perform, three senses they use are kinesthesis, the vestibular system and touch. A circus trainer performing would rely on their kinesthesis sense, because they rely on their body posture and body positioning, this is
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Unformatted text preview: necessary for this field of work because it allows the trainer to move and multitask with the animals, along with motioning as symbols for tricks and such, a circus trainer performing would also rely on their vestibular system, this sense allows the trainer to have a perception of balance and equilibrium, this sense stops a trainer from tumbling, getting hurt or falling, it allows the trainer to balance on ropes or animals to do all tricks. The third sense a performing circus trainer relies on would be touch. This allows the trainer to feel feelings such as pain and temperature, and to care for a problem or injury before it gets worse or intolerable. These sensory cues stop a circus trainer from getting physically hurt and allows their performance to be entirely successful....
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