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Unformatted text preview: Print This Page Lesson 4 Sensation and Perception Introduction: Connecting Your Learning In this fourth lesson you will continue your review of physiological processes that are relevant to psychology. In this lesson the focus will be on the senses - the physiological systems you use to make contact with your environment and to learn about it. As you study this material, make sure you understand the connections and relationships between the anatomy and physiology of the senses and the anatomical structures and physiological processes studied in Lesson Two. You will also be connecting the physiological processes of sensing and perceiving with the various psychological processes that occur in sensation and perception, such as how cognition, motivation, and expectations affect what you perceive. Sensation and perception are powerful processes. Again, you are learning how mental states have an influence on physiological processes....
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2011 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Toren during the Summer '08 term at Rio Salado.
- Summer '08