Chapter 6 part 1 - sensation-1

Chapter 6 part 1 - sensation-1 - Sensation and Perception...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/5/10 Sensation and Perception Chapter 6, part 1: Sensation
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10/5/10 Learning Objectives Be able to distinguish between sensation and perception Be able to identify the five sense humans are known to possess and how they function Be able to identify the important components of light and sound that provide us with sensory information Be able to define phantom limb pain Know how pain source can effect pain
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10/5/10 Sensation and Perception Sensation The information we receive from our neurons Perception How our brain interprets that information Today - Sensation
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10/5/10 Vision Sensation is determined by light’s Wavelength Hue (color) Intensity (amplitude) Brightness ROY G B I V
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10/5/10 Vision Acuity: Sharpness of vision; determined by where light is focused
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10/5/10 Rods: light & dark Cones: color & detail
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10/5/10 Hearing (audition) l Sensation is determined by sound’s l Wavelength (frequency) l Pitch (High/Low) l Amplitude l Loudness
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10/5/10 Hearing
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