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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
Sensations
Sensation
Absolute Threshold
Signal Detection Theory
Difference Threshold
when energy from the environment (stimulus) activates sensory…
minimum energy needed to produce a sensation, or the smallest…
states that we will pick up on "weak" stimulus earlier if you…
the point at which you can discriminate between 2 stimulus…
Sensation
when energy from the environment (stimulus) activates sensory…
Absolute Threshold
minimum energy needed to produce a sensation, or the smallest…
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…
58 terms
Sensations
Hearing
Sound waves
Frequency
Hertz
the faculty or sense by which the sound is perceived
waves created by vibrations that travel through the air
the number of waves per second, determine pitch
the unit of measurement for frequency
Hearing
the faculty or sense by which the sound is perceived
Sound waves
waves created by vibrations that travel through the air
Les Sensations
il fait trés froid
Il fait froid
Il fait bon
Il fait chaud
It is very cold
It is cold
It is okay weather
It is hot
il fait trés froid
It is very cold
Il fait froid
It is cold
5 terms
Sensations
tengo hambre
Tengo sed
tengo miedo
tengo calor
I'm hungry
I'm thirsty
I'm afraid
I'm hot
tengo hambre
I'm hungry
Tengo sed
I'm thirsty
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…
9 terms
Sensations
Sensations
Gustation
Olfaction
Muscle stretch
sensory info can lead to changes in motor activation. There i…
CN VII, IX, and XII; sense of taste- 5 basic tastes (and loca…
CN I, motor responses include salivation, wretching/vomiting;…
tension; return muscle to original position following stretch…
Sensations
sensory info can lead to changes in motor activation. There i…
Gustation
CN VII, IX, and XII; sense of taste- 5 basic tastes (and loca…
12 terms
Sensations
1/5
1/7
1/10
1/20
Saltiness of food
Pressure on skin
Loudness of sounds
Odor
1/5
Saltiness of food
1/7
Pressure on skin
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.
9 terms
Sensations
Attention
Sensation
Perception
Psychophysics
Conscious awareness; can be focused on events that are taking…
The process through which our sense organs convert environmen…
The process through which we interpret sensory information
The study of how the mind interprets the physical properties…
Attention
Conscious awareness; can be focused on events that are taking…
Sensation
The process through which our sense organs convert environmen…
25 terms
sensations
sensations
perception
transducer
transduction
the physical energy we detect from the environment and encode…
how we select, interpret, and organize our sensations
specialized receptor cells
transforming signals into neural impulse, converting stimuli…
sensations
the physical energy we detect from the environment and encode…
perception
how we select, interpret, and organize our sensations
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…
12 terms
Sensations
Sensations
Perceptions
Sensory Pathway
Sensory Receptors
Awareness of changes in internal & external environments
Conscious interpretation of stimuli
Route of impulse transmission for sensory input; consists of…
Specialized receptors for responding to changes in their envi…
Sensations
Awareness of changes in internal & external environments
Perceptions
Conscious interpretation of stimuli
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)
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
10 terms
Sensations
duyum
zevk
açlık
susuzluk
sensation
pleasure
hunger
thirst
duyum
sensation
zevk
pleasure
12 terms
Sensations
Calor
Frío
Hambre
Sed
Heat
Cold
Hunger
Thirst
Calor
Heat
Frío
Cold
Sensations
Tener calor
Tener frío
Tener hambre
Tener miendo
To be hot
To be cold
To be hungry
To be scared
Tener calor
To be hot
Tener frío
To be cold
Sensations
this is what occurs when a stimuli act…
any change in the environment to which…
the process that changes stimulation i…
the principle that for any change in a…
sensation
stimulus
perception
Weber's Law
this is what occurs when a stimuli act…
sensation
any change in the environment to which…
stimulus
7 terms
Sensations
Tener cuidado
Tener hambre
Tener prisa
Tener sed
To be careful
To have hunger
to be in a hurry
To be thirsty
Tener cuidado
To be careful
Tener hambre
To have hunger
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
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
41 terms
Sensations
Normal changes of the Eye with age
Changes in visual acuity with age
Visual impairment- cost to the person
signs of difficulty seeing
External: ... -graying and thinning of the eyebrows and lashes... -…
starts to go down at 50yrs then rapidly at 70yrs... light sensit…
loss of independence... social isolation... depression... decreased qu…
squinting... changes in ability to drive, read, watch tv, or wri…
Normal changes of the Eye with age
External: ... -graying and thinning of the eyebrows and lashes... -…
Changes in visual acuity with age
starts to go down at 50yrs then rapidly at 70yrs... light sensit…
13 terms
les sensations
j'ai mal
j'ai froid
j'ai chaud
j'ai faim
j'ai mal
j'ai froid
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…
sensations
primary somatosensory cortex
somesthetic association area
sensory homunculus
sensory homunculus: receptors of lower…
sites where sensory input is the first received and one becom…
caudal to the posterior central gyrus and in the roof of late…
diagram of the primary somesthetic cortex which resembles an…
projected to superior/medial parts of the gyrus
primary somatosensory cortex
sites where sensory input is the first received and one becom…
somesthetic association area
caudal to the posterior central gyrus and in the roof of late…
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…
Sensations
j'ai peur
j'ai faim
j'ai soif
j'ai froid
tengo miedo
tengo hambre
tengo sed
tengo frío
j'ai peur
tengo miedo
j'ai faim
tengo hambre
7 terms
Les sensations
avoir faim
avoir soif
avoir chaud
avoir froid
avoir faim
avoir soif
28 terms
sensations
synesthesia
sensation
transduction
difference threshold
disorder in which the signals from the various sensory organs…
process that occurs when special receptors in the sense organ…
process of converting outside stimuli such as light into neur…
...
synesthesia
disorder in which the signals from the various sensory organs…
sensation
process that occurs when special receptors in the sense organ…
5 terms
Sensations
Scent
Jasmine
Humidifier... Humide
A heave... To heave... Being retched
Parfum/odeur/senteur
Jasmin
To moist... Wet/damp/moist
Haut-le-coeur/soulèvent/tangage... Soulever/tanger/haler/jeter/t…
Scent
Parfum/odeur/senteur
Jasmine
Jasmin
Sensations
Senses
Somatic senses
Visceral senses
Special senses
Brain receives info about environment and body... Distributed wi…
Touch, pressure, temperature ... Position and movement, pain
Internal organs... Pain and blood pressure
Smell, taste, sight, hearing, balance ... Attached to face and h…
Senses
Brain receives info about environment and body... Distributed wi…
Somatic senses
Touch, pressure, temperature ... Position and movement, pain
Sensations
Rods
Cones
Fovea
Optic Nerve
Photoreceptors that are sensitive to dim lights, not color
Photoreceptors that are sensitive to color, not dim light
Tiny area in retina of sharpest vision
Bundle of neurons that carry visual information from the reti…
Rods
Photoreceptors that are sensitive to dim lights, not color
Cones
Photoreceptors that are sensitive to color, not dim light
6 terms
Sensations
Frio
Calor
Hambre
Meido
Cold
Hot
Hungry
Afraid
Frio
Cold
Calor
Hot
12 terms
Sensations
sensation
absolute threshold
subliminal threshol
back masking
Receiving stimuli from our environment
Minimum stimulation needed to detect a particular stimulus
Unaware absorbing of information
Sound recorded backwards
sensation
Receiving stimuli from our environment
absolute threshold
Minimum stimulation needed to detect a particular stimulus
Sensations
Tight (Locked In)
Hugged (Embraced)
Held-In (Sculpted/ Confident)
Naked
- Full On Luxtreme... - Very Tight Fitting... -Firm Training Compre…
-Luon, Full-on Luon, Luxtreme, Full on Luxtreme... -Tight fittin…
-Luon, Full-on Luon, Luxtreme, Full on Luxtreme... -Tight fittin…
-Nulu, Rulu... -Close to body fit... -ex. Align pant
Tight (Locked In)
- Full On Luxtreme... - Very Tight Fitting... -Firm Training Compre…
Hugged (Embraced)
-Luon, Full-on Luon, Luxtreme, Full on Luxtreme... -Tight fittin…
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…
39 terms
Sensations
Rods
Cones
Blind Spot
Pinna
visual receptors that respond to light sensitivity
visual receptors that respond to color
the area of the retina where the optic nerve exits and is ins…
the visible part of the ear
Rods
visual receptors that respond to light sensitivity
Cones
visual receptors that respond to color
17 terms
Sensations
Organ of corti
Hair cells
Ear ossicles
External auditory canal
Receptor organ of hearing
Receptor cells of hearing
Carry vibrations from eardrum to perilymph
Directs sound waves to tympatic membrane
Organ of corti
Receptor organ of hearing
Hair cells
Receptor cells of hearing
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…
Sensations
Sensation
Perception
Psychophysics
Absolute threshold
Is what occurs when a stimulus activates a receptor
The organization of sensory information into meaningful exper…
The study of the relationship between sensory experienced snd…
Is the weakest amount of a stimulus that a person can detect…
Sensation
Is what occurs when a stimulus activates a receptor
Perception
The organization of sensory information into meaningful exper…
15 terms
Sensations
Pupil
Iris
Accommodation
Retina
The adjustable opening in the center of the eye through which…
A ring of muscle tissue that forms the colored portion of the…
The process by which the eye's lens changes shape to focus ne…
The inner surface of the eye containing the receptor rods and…
Pupil
The adjustable opening in the center of the eye through which…
Iris
A ring of muscle tissue that forms the colored portion of the…
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
118 terms
Sensations
To sense
The senses
Sensory
Sensuous, sensual
Sentir intuitivement
Les sens
Sensoriel
Sensuel
To sense
Sentir intuitivement
The senses
Les sens
12 terms
Sensations
長い
嬉しい
怖い
寂しい
Long
Heureux
Effrayant
Seul
長い
Long
嬉しい
Heureux
12 terms
Sensations
Calor
Frío
Hambre
Sed
Heat
Cold
Hunger
Thirst
Calor
Heat
Frío
Cold
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
7 terms
Les sensations
j'ai faim
j'ai soif
j'ai sommeil
j'ai chaud
I'm hungry
I'm Thirsty
I am sleepy
I'm hot
j'ai faim
I'm hungry
j'ai soif
I'm Thirsty
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