We tend to take our abilities to see

We tend to take our abilities to see - Michael Sauvageau...

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Michael Sauvageau Psychology February 28, 2011 Thought Paper 1 Since birth, every single sensation we experience is usually taken entirely for granted. However, when considering the mechanics behind even simply being able to experience such phenomena, it is truly incredible. Our every day experiences are shaped into a single process through a mix of sensation and perception. Throughout this course, many misconceptions and ambiguity of sensing the world actually works has been more thoroughly explained. Some of this new knowledge has increased my appreciation for such abilities and influenced future behavior that may debilitate my senses. I actually have very poor vision and without focal assistance I am blind as a bat. However, as bad as my vision may be, after learning how incredibly intricate the eye is, how it interacts with the brain and how many different factors actually exist when it comes to vision, the system boggles my mind. For example, I have learned that our brains engage in an amazing process called parallel processing. The brain divides our field of
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