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15 terms
Sensations
what are the 8 senses
visual skills
tracking aka visual pursuits
saccadic eye movements aka visual scan…
vision... auditory... tactile... olfactory... gustatory... +... proprioception…
ability of individual to use extraocular muscles to direct th…
slow, smooth movements, typically used to follow moving objec…
no abrupt jumps... short, rapid changes of fixation from one po…
what are the 8 senses
vision... auditory... tactile... olfactory... gustatory... +... proprioception…
visual skills
ability of individual to use extraocular muscles to direct th…
34 terms
Sensations
Sensations
Vision
Transduction
Adaptation
The process of detecting a physical stimulus, such as light,…
Stimulus: Light waves (electromagnetic energy)
sense organs transform stimuli to nerve impulses
decline in sensitivity to constant stimulus. Example: tuning…
Sensations
The process of detecting a physical stimulus, such as light,…
Vision
Stimulus: Light waves (electromagnetic energy)
15 terms
Sensations
Sensation
Perception
Transduction
Lens
receiving information from outside and inside the body
process of organizing and interpreting sensory information
taking information from the outside world and turning it into…
part of eye, changes shape of focus near and far
Sensation
receiving information from outside and inside the body
Perception
process of organizing and interpreting sensory information
22 terms
Sensations
Distal stimulus
Proximal stimulus
Psychophysics
Absolute threshold
an object or event in the outside world
the energies from the outside world that directly reach our s…
an approach to perception that relates the characteristics of…
the smallest quantity of a stimulus that an individual can de…
Distal stimulus
an object or event in the outside world
Proximal stimulus
the energies from the outside world that directly reach our s…
Sensations
accessory structure
transduction
sensory receptors
adaptation
modifies stimulus; lens of eye or outer ear
transformation of incoming energy into neural activity
where transduction takes place
When u get used to stuff. Ex. Watch on wrist, smell of your h…
accessory structure
modifies stimulus; lens of eye or outer ear
transduction
transformation of incoming energy into neural activity
11 terms
Sensations
Barogenesis
Deep pain
Graphesthesia
Kinesthesia
Perceive the weight of different objects in the hand
Squeeze the forearm or calf muscle
Identify the number or letter drawn on the skin without visua…
Identify direction and extent of movement of a joint or body…
Barogenesis
Perceive the weight of different objects in the hand
Deep pain
Squeeze the forearm or calf muscle
80 terms
sensations
Sensation
Bottom-up processing
Perception
Top-down processing
-process by which sensory receptors & nervous system receive…
-analysis that begins with the sense receptors & works up to…
-the process of organizing, selecting, & interpreting informa…
-information processing guided by higher-level mental process…
Sensation
-process by which sensory receptors & nervous system receive…
Bottom-up processing
-analysis that begins with the sense receptors & works up to…
76 terms
sensations
sensation
bottom up processing
perception
top down processing
body process of feeling things
the bodys was of processong from the bottom up
how we view/see things
the bodys way of processing things from the top down
sensation
body process of feeling things
bottom up processing
the bodys was of processong from the bottom up
12 terms
Sensations
calor
frío
hambre
sed
heat
cold
hunger
thirst
calor
heat
frío
cold
34 terms
Sensations
Sensation
Bottom-up processing
Top-down processing
Psychophysics
The process by which our sensory systems receive stimuli from…
information that enters our senses (eyes, ears, nose)
information processing which draws on our experiences and exp…
the study of how the physical properties of stimuli relate to…
Sensation
The process by which our sensory systems receive stimuli from…
Bottom-up processing
information that enters our senses (eyes, ears, nose)
12 terms
Sensations
Calor
Frío
Hambre
Sed
Heat
Cold
Hunger
Thirst
Calor
Heat
Frío
Cold
13 terms
Sensations
Frio
Calor
Hambre
Sed
Cold
Heat
Hungry
Thirsty
Frio
Cold
Calor
Heat
13 terms
Sensations
Perceptions
Sensation
General Senses
Special Senses
recognition and interpretation of sensory input
Occurs in the brain. Perceptions through the afferent pathway…
Temperature, Pain, Touch, Pressure, Vibration, and Propiocept…
Gustation, Olfaction, Vision, Equilibirum, Hearing. (Concentr…
Perceptions
recognition and interpretation of sensory input
Sensation
Occurs in the brain. Perceptions through the afferent pathway…
Sensations
Topagnosia
Tactile defensiveness
Agnosia
Asterognosis
Loss of ability to localize site of tactile sensations
A type of sensory defensiveness in which a person overreacts…
Inability to recognize the import of sensory impressions desp…
Inability to recognize objects by touch (also called tactile…
Topagnosia
Loss of ability to localize site of tactile sensations
Tactile defensiveness
A type of sensory defensiveness in which a person overreacts…
Sensations
ощущение
удовольствие
голод
нервный
Sensation
pleasure
hunger
Nervous
ощущение
Sensation
удовольствие
pleasure
10 terms
Sensations
duyum
zevk
açlık
susuzluk
sensation
pleasure
hunger
thirst
duyum
sensation
zevk
pleasure
78 terms
Sensations
Cerebral cortex
Nerve fiber
Receptor
Cold receptors
Interprets impulses as sensations... Projects sensation back to…
Carries impulses
Forms sensory impulses.... Decreases impulse formation when rep…
Most sensitive to temperatures under 10 C... Temperature recept…
Cerebral cortex
Interprets impulses as sensations... Projects sensation back to…
Nerve fiber
Carries impulses
19 terms
sensations
excelente
aburrido
nervioso
bien
excellent
bored
nervous
good
excelente
excellent
aburrido
bored
12 terms
Sensations
Calor
Frío
Hambre
Sed
Heat
Cold
Hunger
Thirst
Calor
Heat
Frío
Cold
22 terms
Sensations
Sensation
Perception
Psychophysics
Absolute Threshold
The proscess by which we detect physical energy from the envi…
The process by which the brain organizes and interrupts senso…
The study of the relationship between the physical characteri…
The minimum stimulation needed to detect a stimulus 50% of th…
Sensation
The proscess by which we detect physical energy from the envi…
Perception
The process by which the brain organizes and interrupts senso…
17 terms
Sensations
Gourmets Gourmet
Senses
Perception
Receptor Cells
could name all ingredients just by the taste
Smell, Sounds, Taste, Balance, Touch, and Pain . also its Bom…
is what we PERCIEVE or THINK. its the MENTAL PROCESS of sorti…
are stimulated by Light waves, Sound waves, Airborne, or Bloo…
Gourmets Gourmet
could name all ingredients just by the taste
Senses
Smell, Sounds, Taste, Balance, Touch, and Pain . also its Bom…
56 terms
Sensations
Older persons with sensory dysfunction…
Changes impact a person's __ and __
Visual impairment costs
Signs of difficulty with vision
Functional impairment (ADLs)... Injury (falls)... Social isolation…
Quality of life... Safety
Loss of independence... Social isolation... Depression... Decreased qu…
Squinting or tilting to see... Changes in ability to drive, read…
Older persons with sensory dysfunction…
Functional impairment (ADLs)... Injury (falls)... Social isolation…
Changes impact a person's __ and __
Quality of life... Safety
Sensations
Axillary nerve
Musculocutaneus nerve
Radial nerve
Ulnar nerve
brachial plexus; shoulder; shoulder abductors
brachial plexus; anterior arm; elbow flexors
brachial plexus; posterior arm; elbow extensors
brachial plexus; medial hand, intrinsics & digiti minimi; mos…
Axillary nerve
brachial plexus; shoulder; shoulder abductors
Musculocutaneus nerve
brachial plexus; anterior arm; elbow flexors
13 terms
Sensations
Projection
Adaptation
After images
Eyelashes
Stimulus to correct body area
Initially strong can disappear
Persist after stimulus is removed
Sebaceous gland becomes blocked and infected sty results
Projection
Stimulus to correct body area
Adaptation
Initially strong can disappear
11 terms
Sensations
Por que?
Yo
Vaya
Llaves
Why?
I
Go
Keys
Por que?
Why?
Yo
I
12 terms
Sensations
tener miedo
tener hambre
tener sed
tener frío
to have fear
to have hunger
to have thirst
to have cold
tener miedo
to have fear
tener hambre
to have hunger
20 terms
Sensations
Sensation
4 components of sensation
general senses
somatic senses
conscious and subconscious awareness of changes in the extern…
1. stimulation of sensory receptors ... 2. transduction of the s…
somatic and special
-tactile ... -pain... -thermal
Sensation
conscious and subconscious awareness of changes in the extern…
4 components of sensation
1. stimulation of sensory receptors ... 2. transduction of the s…
8 terms
Sensations
P-nut Butter Blast
Chocolate Crave
OMG Creamsicle
Strawberry Temptation
Soy Milk, Hershey's Chocolate Syrup, Reese's Peanut Butter, F…
Soy MIlk, Hershey's Chocolate Syrup, Frozen Yogurt Non-Fat
Soy Milk, Orange Sherbet, Frozen Yogurt Non-Fat, Orange Juice
Soy Milk, Frozen Yogurt Non-Fat, Strawberries, Bananas
P-nut Butter Blast
Soy Milk, Hershey's Chocolate Syrup, Reese's Peanut Butter, F…
Chocolate Crave
Soy MIlk, Hershey's Chocolate Syrup, Frozen Yogurt Non-Fat
15 terms
Sensations
Barognosis
Deep pain
Graphesthesia
Kinesthesia
Perceive the weight of different objects in the hand
squeeze the forearm or calf mm
identify a number or letter drawn on the skin without visual…
identify direction and extent of mvmt of a joint or body part
Barognosis
Perceive the weight of different objects in the hand
Deep pain
squeeze the forearm or calf mm
21 terms
Sensations
cornea
pupil
iris
lens
transparent, curved structure at the front of the eye. focuse…
round opening that allows varying amounts of light to enter t…
circular, pigmented muscle that dilates or constricts, thus i…
transparent oval structure that bends light waves into a narr…
cornea
transparent, curved structure at the front of the eye. focuse…
pupil
round opening that allows varying amounts of light to enter t…
26 terms
Sensations
psychophysics
Absolute Threshold
Difference Threshold (J.N.D.)
Weber's Constant
An approach to perception that relates the characteristics of…
It's the smallest or weakest stimulus that your senses can de…
The smallest or weakest amount of change which you would noti…
The study of the sensitivity of our senses (how capable you a…
psychophysics
An approach to perception that relates the characteristics of…
Absolute Threshold
It's the smallest or weakest stimulus that your senses can de…
11 terms
Sensations
pitch
timbre
conductive deafness
nerve deafness
wave frequency... long freq-- low pitch... short freq-- high pitch
complexity of sound
osacles in the ear aren't working, or pop the eardrum
nerve isn't working to pass on transduced info
pitch
wave frequency... long freq-- low pitch... short freq-- high pitch
timbre
complexity of sound
Sensations
Topagnosia
Tactile defensiveness
Agnosia
Asterognosis
Loss of ability to localize site of tactile sensations
A type of sensory defensiveness in which a person overreacts…
Inability to recognize the import of sensory impressions desp…
Inability to recognize objects by touch (also called tactile…
Topagnosia
Loss of ability to localize site of tactile sensations
Tactile defensiveness
A type of sensory defensiveness in which a person overreacts…
33 terms
Sensations
sensation
perception
general senses
somatic senses
the conscious or subconscious awareness of changes in the ext…
the conscious awareness and interpretation of sensations and…
refer to both somatic sense and visceral senses
include tactile, thermal, pain and proprioceptive sensations
sensation
the conscious or subconscious awareness of changes in the ext…
perception
the conscious awareness and interpretation of sensations and…
13 terms
Sensations
Sensation
Perception
Detection
Transduction
Detecting converting and transmitting sesory
Selecting organizing and interpreting info
Receptor cells
Converting energy into neutral impulse
Sensation
Detecting converting and transmitting sesory
Perception
Selecting organizing and interpreting info
60 terms
Sensations
receptors
dendrite
receptors
receptors
structure that detects a stimulus
simplest neuron
complex sense organ
transducers
receptors
structure that detects a stimulus
dendrite
simplest neuron
16 terms
Sensations
react to stimuli within and outside th…
general sense receptors
True or False: Special sense receptors…
special sense receptors
sensory receptors
touch pressure pain heat cold stretch vibration and change in…
False
sight hearing equilibrium smell and taste
react to stimuli within and outside th…
sensory receptors
general sense receptors
touch pressure pain heat cold stretch vibration and change in…
33 terms
Sensations
Receptor
Transducers
Type, Location
Intensity
Structure specialized to detect a stimulus
Sensory receptors that convert stimulus into action potentials.
The brain can determine the ________ and __________of a stimu…
The brain can determine the ____________ of a stimulus becaus…
Receptor
Structure specialized to detect a stimulus
Transducers
Sensory receptors that convert stimulus into action potentials.
71 terms
Sensations
Sensory Receptors:... 1. Specialized to r…
what are the 5 stimulus types?
Mechanoreceptors respond to what?
Thermoreceptors are sensitive to what?
1. changes in environment (stimuli)... 2. graded potentials that…
1. Mechanoreceptors... 2. Thermoreceptors... 3. Photoreceptors... 4. C…
touch, pressure, vibration
changes in temperature
Sensory Receptors:... 1. Specialized to r…
1. changes in environment (stimuli)... 2. graded potentials that…
what are the 5 stimulus types?
1. Mechanoreceptors... 2. Thermoreceptors... 3. Photoreceptors... 4. C…
23 terms
Sensations
What are sensations?
What are the characteristics of all se…
What are the 8 senses?
What is the eye?
Process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system rec…
Receive(data reduction) : selects, analyzes, and filters info…
Visual(see), auditory(hear), olfactory(smell), gustatory(tast…
Sense organs that receive light energy, transform it into neu…
What are sensations?
Process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system rec…
What are the characteristics of all se…
Receive(data reduction) : selects, analyzes, and filters info…
40 terms
Les sensations
saliver
les grands crus
la raffinement
la dégustation
salivate
vintages wines
fineness
tasting
saliver
salivate
les grands crus
vintages wines
30 terms
Les sensations
la saison
au printemps
en été
en automne
ročné obdobie
na jar
v lete
na jeseň
la saison
ročné obdobie
au printemps
na jar
65 terms
Sensation
sensation
perception
bottom-up processing
top-down processing
the process by which we detect physical energy from the envir…
the process by which sensations are selected, organized, and…
sensory analysis that beings with sensory receptors and works…
perceptual analysis that is based on our experience and expec…
sensation
the process by which we detect physical energy from the envir…
perception
the process by which sensations are selected, organized, and…
64 terms
Sensation
Sensation
Perception
Absolute threshold
Difference Threshold
the process through which the sense pick up visual, auditory…
the process by which sensory information is actively organize…
marks the difference between not being able to perceive a sti…
measure of the smallest increase or decrease in a physical st…
Sensation
the process through which the sense pick up visual, auditory…
Perception
the process by which sensory information is actively organize…
101 terms
Sensation
Sensation
Perception
Absolute threshold
Difference Threshold
the process through which the sense pick up visual, auditory…
the process by which sensory information is actively organize…
marks the difference between not being able to perceive a sti…
measure of the smallest increase or decrease in a physical st…
Sensation
the process through which the sense pick up visual, auditory…
Perception
the process by which sensory information is actively organize…
44 terms
Sensation
senses
sensation
perception
stimulus
a faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus
how the body obtains information about the world (all about i…
the state of being or process of becoming aware of something…
signal that our senses can detect
senses
a faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus
sensation
how the body obtains information about the world (all about i…
33 terms
Sensation
Just Noticeable Difference (JND)
Layers of cells in the Retina
Feature Detectors
Trichromatic Theory
How much change has to happen in a sensation before you NOTIC…
rods/cones, bipolar cells, ganglion cells
Help you see features...edges, corners, etc. They are located…
Color vision comes from the firing of three different types o…
Just Noticeable Difference (JND)
How much change has to happen in a sensation before you NOTIC…
Layers of cells in the Retina
rods/cones, bipolar cells, ganglion cells
41 terms
Sensation
Sensation
Perception
Receptor Cell
Absolute Threshold
The experience of sensory stimulation
Process of creating meaningful patterns from raw sensory mate…
Specialized cell that responds to a particular type of energy
The least amount of energy that can be detected as a stimulat…
Sensation
The experience of sensory stimulation
Perception
Process of creating meaningful patterns from raw sensory mate…
32 terms
Sensation
Sensation
Sensory receptor
Photocereption
Mechanocereption
In 5 senses.... Pick up infor at sensory receptor, send to CNS (…
Stimulate information. ... Transmit to brain through sensory ner…
In sight... Transmits light
In touch, hear... Transmits pressure, movement
Sensation
In 5 senses.... Pick up infor at sensory receptor, send to CNS (…
Sensory receptor
Stimulate information. ... Transmit to brain through sensory ner…
13 terms
Sensation
Transduction
Absolute Threshold vs Difference Thres…
Sensory Adaptation
Weber's Law
the process of converting one form of energy into another. As…
AT: smallest intensity of a stimulus that has to be present f…
reduced sensitivity to stimulation that results from repeated…
the minimum difference in stimulation that a person can detec…
Transduction
the process of converting one form of energy into another. As…
Absolute Threshold vs Difference Thres…
AT: smallest intensity of a stimulus that has to be present f…
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