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Click to edit Master subtitle style The Senses What do we sense? Sight, Sound, Touch, Taste, Smell…… Proprioception: Kinesthesis: monitoring of movement of limbs and body Equilibrium: monitoring of balance
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Click to edit Master subtitle style The Senses Sensation Sensing System Quality Receptors Vision Retina Brightness Rods Contrast Cones Motion Rods/Cones Size Rods/Cones Color Cones Hearing Cochlea Pitch Hair Cells Tone Equilibrium Vestibular organ Gravity Macula cells Rotation Vestibular Cells Touch Skin Pressure Ruffini corpuscles Internal organs Temperature Merkerl discs Vibration Pacinian corpuscles Taste Tongue Sweet Taste buds at tip of tongue Salty Taste buds at tip of tongue Sour Taste buds at base of tongue Bitter Taste buds at base of tongue Smell Olfactory epithelium Floral Olfactory receptors Fruity Musky Pungent
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Click to edit Master subtitle style A General Model for the Senses
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 253 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '11 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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BMB_2_1_11 - Chapter 4 Click to edit Master subtitle style...

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