When admiring the texture of a piece of fabric, Jess usually runs her fingertips over the cloth's surface. She does this because [1 pts.]
if the cloth were held motionless, sensory adaptation to its feel would quickly occur.
the sense of touch does not adapt.
a relatively small amount of brain tissue is devoted to processing touch from the fingertips.
the sense of touch enhances the sense of vision.
all of the choices are correct