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Chap007 - Chapter 07 Sensory Physiology Chapter 07 Sensory...

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Chapter 07 - Sensory Physiology 7-1 Chapter 07 Sensory Physiology Multiple Choice Questions 1. Which of the following statements regarding sensory systems is correct? A. All sensory information that reaches the brain can be experienced as a conscious sensation B. Sensory information that leads to conscious awareness of the stimulus is called a sensation C. The term, "sensory unit," refers to a group of receptors that receive a particular stimulus and the afferent neuron associated with those receptors D. Both all sensory information that reaches the brain can be experienced as a conscious sensation and the term, "sensory unit," refers to a group of receptors that receive a particular stimulus and the afferent neuron associated with those receptors are correct E. Both sensory information that leads to conscious awareness of the stimulus is called a sensation and the term, "sensory unit," refers to a group of receptors that receive a particular stimulus and the afferent neuron associated with those receptors are correct Bloom's Level: 1. Remember Section 7A.02 Topic: Nervous System 2. A given sensory receptor Bloom's Level: 1. Remember Section 7A.01 Topic: Nervous System
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