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Chapter 3 - Sensory Evaluation
Taste bias
Appearance
Colorimeter
Flavor
Likes or dislikes of food.
Refers to the shape, size, condition and color of a product.
A device that measures the color of foods in terms of hue, va…
The combined effect of taste and aroma.
Taste bias
Likes or dislikes of food.
Appearance
Refers to the shape, size, condition and color of a product.
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Chapter 3 - Sensory Evaluation
Sensory Evaluation
Taste bias
Appearance
Colorimeter
Human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appearanc…
A negative experience that causes a person to dislike a food
The shape, size, condition, and color of a product
A device that measures the color of foods in terms of hue, va…
Sensory Evaluation
Human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appearanc…
Taste bias
A negative experience that causes a person to dislike a food
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Chapter 3 Sensory & Perception
Far sighted
Near Sighted
Cones
What small portion of the electromagne…
Image behind the retina
Image in front of the retina
Used for black and white images
The Visible Spectrum
Far sighted
Image behind the retina
Near Sighted
Image in front of the retina
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Chapter 3- sensory
What are the four sensory contributions?
two sources of sensory information
what part of the brain does exterocept…
two types of visual systems
1. sources of sensory information... 2.movement control... 3. refle…
1. exteroception (stimulus is outside body)... 2. interoception…
thalamus
1. focal vision- the what system. it is slow, conscious and a…
What are the four sensory contributions?
1. sources of sensory information... 2.movement control... 3. refle…
two sources of sensory information
1. exteroception (stimulus is outside body)... 2. interoception…
Chapter 3 Sensory Evaluation
Sensory Evaluation
Taste Bias
Appearance
Colorimeter
The human analysis of taste, smell, sound, feel, and appearan…
A negative experience that causes a person to dislike a food
The shape, size, condition, and color of a product
A device that measures the color of foods in hue, value, and…
Sensory Evaluation
The human analysis of taste, smell, sound, feel, and appearan…
Taste Bias
A negative experience that causes a person to dislike a food
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Chapter 3: Sensory Evaluation
In-house testing
Sensory evaluation
Subjective evaluation
Objective evaluation
Evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
A synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
Evaluation by a panel of individuals using a scoring system b…
Use of mechanical devices to measure physical properties of f…
In-house testing
Evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
Sensory evaluation
A synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
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Chapter 3: Sensory Assessment
Sensory integration
Sensory impairment can be due to :
If the peripheral nerve is severed, wh…
what dictates which type of loss that…
ability to organize and use sensory info
trauma and disease in CNS and PNS
motor and sensory loss
location of the lesion
Sensory integration
ability to organize and use sensory info
Sensory impairment can be due to :
trauma and disease in CNS and PNS
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Sensory system - chapter 3
5 basic modalities of sensation
Meissner's corpuscles stim.
Merkel's disc stim.
Ruffini organs stim.
- vibration... - pain... - position... - touch... - temperature
light pressure + touch
touch, pressure, vibration
temperature, continous touch and pressure
5 basic modalities of sensation
- vibration... - pain... - position... - touch... - temperature
Meissner's corpuscles stim.
light pressure + touch
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Chapter 3: Sensory and Perception
Sensation
Perception
Transduction
Adaptation
process that sense organs gather information about environmen…
related process where brain selects, organizes, and interpret…
process of converting physical energy into neural impulses
when stimulus is constant/ unchanging, sensation often fades
Sensation
process that sense organs gather information about environmen…
Perception
related process where brain selects, organizes, and interpret…
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Chapter 3: Sensory Evaluation
What is sensory evaluation?
Describe the importance of evaluation.
List the evaluation pipeline.
What is the preliminary evaluation of…
-uses senses: sight, touch, smell, taste... -also known as subje…
-consumers evaluate foods... -opinions determine what they buy... -…
-start: in house testing (done by food company)... -focus groups…
-olfaction (smell)... -can detect odor at very low concentrations
What is sensory evaluation?
-uses senses: sight, touch, smell, taste... -also known as subje…
Describe the importance of evaluation.
-consumers evaluate foods... -opinions determine what they buy... -…
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Chapter 3 Terms Sensory Evaluation
In-house testing
sensory evaluation
Subjective Evaluation
Objective Evaluation
evaluation conducted within a food company prior to field tes…
a synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
Evaluation by a panel of individuals using a scoring system b…
Use of mechanical devices to measure physical properties of a…
In-house testing
evaluation conducted within a food company prior to field tes…
sensory evaluation
a synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
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Chapter 3 Sensory Evaluation: The Human Factor
Sensory Evaluation
Taste Bias
Appearance
Colorimeter
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and appe…
A tendency to like or dislike a food based on positive or neg…
The shape, size, color, and conditon of a product.
A device that measures the color of foods in terms of value,…
Sensory Evaluation
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and appe…
Taste Bias
A tendency to like or dislike a food based on positive or neg…
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Psychology-Chapter 3-Sensory and Perception
sensation
perception
transduction
data-based processing
The process by which sensory organs in the eyes, ears, nose,…
The organization and interpretation of sensory stimuli by the…
process of transforming stimuli into neutral signals
taking basic sensory information about incoming stimuli and p…
sensation
The process by which sensory organs in the eyes, ears, nose,…
perception
The organization and interpretation of sensory stimuli by the…
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Psychology, Chapter 3: Sensory and Perception (Pearson)
Afterimages
Absolute Threshold
Ambiguous Figures
Amplitude
Sensations that linger after the stimulus is removed. Most vi…
The amount of stimulation necessary for a stimulus to be dete…
Images that can be interpreted in more than one way. There is…
The physical strength of a wave. This is shown on graphs as t…
Afterimages
Sensations that linger after the stimulus is removed. Most vi…
Absolute Threshold
The amount of stimulation necessary for a stimulus to be dete…
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Psych Chapter 3 (Sensory and Perception)
Sensation
Transduction
Sensory Receptors
JND
Occurs when receptors in the sense organs are activated.
The process of outside stimuli such as light being converted…
Specialized forms of neurons that make up the nervous system.…
Just Noticeable Differences (Difference Threshold) - The smal…
Sensation
Occurs when receptors in the sense organs are activated.
Transduction
The process of outside stimuli such as light being converted…
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Human sensory perception chapter 3
Lateral Inhibition
Hermann Grid
Mach Bands
Simultaneous contract
Adding light into neighboring receptors leads to reduced firi…
Seeing spots at an intersection
seeing borders more sharply
seeing areas of different brightness due to adjacent areas
Lateral Inhibition
Adding light into neighboring receptors leads to reduced firi…
Hermann Grid
Seeing spots at an intersection
ota chapter 3 sensory intergration
sensory integration is theory and prac…
It was later applied by
sensory integration is based on what t…
what is the concept of SI
A. jean Ayers for treatment of learning disorders for children
Lorna jean king for adult patients with chronic schizophrenia
neuroscience studies on how the brain operates
The smooth working together of all senses to provide informat…
sensory integration is theory and prac…
A. jean Ayers for treatment of learning disorders for children
It was later applied by
Lorna jean king for adult patients with chronic schizophrenia
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Chapter 3- Sensory testing
What is objective food evaluation?
What is sensory evaluation?
What are the 5 tastes a human can iden…
How many olfactory receptors do we have?
Measurement of physical properties of a food by the use of me…
measurements determined by using the sense of sight, smell, t…
Sweet, sour, bitter, salty and umami
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What is objective food evaluation?
Measurement of physical properties of a food by the use of me…
What is sensory evaluation?
measurements determined by using the sense of sight, smell, t…
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Chapter 3 - Sensory (subjective) Evaluation
What is the importance of evaluation?
What is in-house testing?
What are focus groups?
What is larger-scale consumer testing?
In the marketplace, consumers evaluate foods; their opinions…
Done by food company before product hits the marketplace
4-12 consumers who evaluate a product
100's of consumers test and evaluate a product; often skipped
What is the importance of evaluation?
In the marketplace, consumers evaluate foods; their opinions…
What is in-house testing?
Done by food company before product hits the marketplace
Skills Chapter 3 - Sensory Assessment
Analgesia
Anesthesia
Arousal
Attention
complete loss of pain sensibility
loss of sensation
the physiological readiness of the human system for activity;…
awareness of the environment; responsiveness to a stimulus or…
Analgesia
complete loss of pain sensibility
Anesthesia
loss of sensation
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Experimental Foods-Chapter 3: Sensory Evaluation
In-house testing
Sensory evaluation
Subjective evaluation
Objective data
Evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
A synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
Evaluation by a panel of individuals using a scoring system b…
Use of mechanical devices to measure physical properties of a…
In-house testing
Evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
Sensory evaluation
A synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
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KNH 404: Chapter 3: Sensory Evaluation
In-house testing
sensory evaluation
subjective evaluation
Objective evaluation
evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
a synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
evaluation by a panel of individuals using a scoring system b…
use of mechanical devices to measure physical properties of a…
In-house testing
evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
sensory evaluation
a synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
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Chapter 3 Sensory Evaluation: The Human Factor
Chemistry, taste
taste bubs, health, gender, age, flavors
Supertasters, medium tasters, nontasters
1,100, centimeter
difference in body _______ affect people's perceptions of _____
Number of ______ play a role in your ability to detect _____
people are classified as _____________
Supertasters can have as many ______ taste buds per square __…
Chemistry, taste
difference in body _______ affect people's perceptions of _____
taste bubs, health, gender, age, flavors
Number of ______ play a role in your ability to detect _____
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Experimental Foods-Chapter 3: Sensory Evaluation
In-house testing
Sensory evaluation
Subjective evaluation
Objective data
Evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
A synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
Evaluation by a panel of individuals using a scoring system b…
Use of mechanical devices to measure physical properties of a…
In-house testing
Evaluations conducted within a food company prior to field te…
Sensory evaluation
A synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined…
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Chapter 3 common sensory impairments rehab
abarognosis
allesthesia
allodynia
analgesia
inability to recognize weight
sensation experienced at a site remote from point of stimulat…
pain produced by a non-noxious stimulus
complete loss of pain sensitivity
abarognosis
inability to recognize weight
allesthesia
sensation experienced at a site remote from point of stimulat…
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Chapter 3 Sensory Evaluation: The Human Factor
Sensory evaluation
taste bias
appearance
colorimeter
human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appearanc…
negative experiences cause a person to dislike a food or posi…
refers to the shape, size, condition and color of a product
a device that measures the color of foods in terms of hue, va…
Sensory evaluation
human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appearanc…
taste bias
negative experiences cause a person to dislike a food or posi…
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Chapter 3: Sensory Evaluation: The Human Factor
Sensory Evaluation
Taste Bias
Apperance
Colorimeter
Human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appearanc…
When negative experience causing someone to dislike a food.
Refers to shape, size, condition, and color of a product.
A device that measures the color of foods in terms of hue, va…
Sensory Evaluation
Human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appearanc…
Taste Bias
When negative experience causing someone to dislike a food.
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Chapter 3: Sensory System (Eyes and Vision)
Iris
Lente Cristalino
Nervio Óptico
Párpado
Iris
Crystalline Lens
Optic Nerve
Eyelid
Iris
Iris
Lente Cristalino
Crystalline Lens
Chapter 3: Sensory Evaluation -- The Human Factor
Sensory Evaluation
Taste Bias
Appearance
Colorimeter
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and appe…
A tendency to like or dislike a food based on positive or neg…
The shape, size, color, and condition of a product.
A device that measures the color of foods in terms of value,…
Sensory Evaluation
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and appe…
Taste Bias
A tendency to like or dislike a food based on positive or neg…
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Sensory and Perception Chapter 3: Spatial Vision
Route from Retinal to V1
Right visual field and path to V1
Left visual field and path to V1
Topographical mapping
Optic nerve, LGN, Visual Cortex, Extrastriate Cortex, ventral…
everything on the left side of each eye is transferred to lef…
everything on the right side of each eye is transferred to ri…
mapping of world according to LGN
Route from Retinal to V1
Optic nerve, LGN, Visual Cortex, Extrastriate Cortex, ventral…
Right visual field and path to V1
everything on the left side of each eye is transferred to lef…
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AP Psychology Chapter 3: Sensory and Perception
Sense organs
Sensory receptor cells
Sensation
Perception
receive messages/stimuli
receive and translate the info so the brain can understand
The whole process
interpreting the info from the world
Sense organs
receive messages/stimuli
Sensory receptor cells
receive and translate the info so the brain can understand
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Chapter 3 Sensory Evaluation: The Human Factor
sensory evaluation
taste bias
appearence
colorimeter
is the human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and a…
when negative experiences cause a person to dislike food
refers to the shape, size, and condition of a product
a device that measures the color of foods in terms of hue, va…
sensory evaluation
is the human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and a…
taste bias
when negative experiences cause a person to dislike food
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chapter 3 a&p sensory auditory mechanism
labrynth
vestibular
labrynth
cochlea
interconnecting fluid filled canals that form the inner ear
____________ portion- section of the inner ear that is involv…
the inner ear is refered to as the
section of the inner ear that is involved with hearing
labrynth
interconnecting fluid filled canals that form the inner ear
vestibular
____________ portion- section of the inner ear that is involv…
Pearson Psychology- Chapter 3: Sensory and Perception
Sensation
Sensory Receptors
Just noticeable difference
Weber's Law of JND
Activation of receptors located in the eyes, ears, skin, nasa…
Specialized forms of neurons that are activated by different…
The point at which a stimulus is detectable half the time it…
The difference between the stimuli is a constant.
Sensation
Activation of receptors located in the eyes, ears, skin, nasa…
Sensory Receptors
Specialized forms of neurons that are activated by different…
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Psychology, Chapter 3: Sensory and Perception (Pearson)
Afterimages
Absolute Threshold
Ambiguous Figures
Amplitude
Sensations that linger after the stimulus is removed. Most vi…
The amount of stimulation necessary for a stimulus to be dete…
Images that can be interpreted in more than one way. There is…
The physical strength of a wave. This is shown on graphs as t…
Afterimages
Sensations that linger after the stimulus is removed. Most vi…
Absolute Threshold
The amount of stimulation necessary for a stimulus to be dete…
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Chapter 3 - Sensory and motor development - 92 - 97
What sense is operational before birth?
What have studies shown that you can d…
How can you study newborn preferences…
What are some newborn preferences rega…
Hearing
Pain management technique - have infant suck on sweet substance
Babies spend more time looking at a face pattern than at the…
They prefer looking at a photo of their mother campared to a…
What sense is operational before birth?
Hearing
What have studies shown that you can d…
Pain management technique - have infant suck on sweet substance
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Chapter Three: Sensory/Perception
Sensation
Receptors
Transduction
Perception
A process where sensory information is detected by our senses.
Specialized cells that detect physical stimuli
The process of changing the information detected by our sense…
The process where our minds interpret the action potentials c…
Sensation
A process where sensory information is detected by our senses.
Receptors
Specialized cells that detect physical stimuli
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Food Science Chapter 3 Sensory Evaluation: The Human Factor
Sensory Evaluation
Taste Bias
Appearance
Colorimeter
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and appe…
A psychological factor in which a negative or positive experi…
The shape, size, condition, and color of a product
A device that measures the color of foods in terms of hue, va…
Sensory Evaluation
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel, and appe…
Taste Bias
A psychological factor in which a negative or positive experi…
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Food Science Chapter 3 - Sensory Evaluation: The Human Factor
Sensory Evaluation
Taste Bias
Appearance
Colorimeter
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appea…
A tendency to like or dislike a food based on positive of neg…
The shape, size, color, and condition of a product.
A device that measures the color of foods in terms of value,…
Sensory Evaluation
The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appea…
Taste Bias
A tendency to like or dislike a food based on positive of neg…
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Chapter 3 and "Sensory Memory/STM" lecture
Ebbinghaus' "savings"
Information-Processing Model
Breaking things apart into ___________…
Word-Length Effect (Baddeley et al., 1…
-Savings = difference b/n the time needed to re-learn origina…
Atkinson & Shiffrin (1968)... Sensory Store--> Short-Term Store…
familiarly sized combinations or rhythms
Spoken duration appears to be crucial:... Memory spans are grea…
Ebbinghaus' "savings"
-Savings = difference b/n the time needed to re-learn origina…
Information-Processing Model
Atkinson & Shiffrin (1968)... Sensory Store--> Short-Term Store…
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SPA 683 - Chapter 3 - El Sistema Sensorial
Lente cristalino
Nervio óptico
Retina
Visión opaca
Crystalline lens
Optic nerve
Retina
Opaque vision
Lente cristalino
Crystalline lens
Nervio óptico
Optic nerve
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Chapter 3 - General Properties of Sensory Receptors and Afferent Pathways
Sensory Systems
Transduction
Adequate Stimulation
eyes
provide information about the environment, about the conditio…
is the conversion of physical sensory stimulus into electroch…
sensory receptors are designed to detect specific physical st…
detect electromagnetic radiation
Sensory Systems
provide information about the environment, about the conditio…
Transduction
is the conversion of physical sensory stimulus into electroch…
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CH 3 Sensory Evaluation
sensory evaluation
olfactory
adaptation
gustatory
the scientific measurement method of food quality based on se…
relating to the sense of smell
the gradual decrease in the ability to distinguish between od…
relating to the sense of taste
sensory evaluation
the scientific measurement method of food quality based on se…
olfactory
relating to the sense of smell
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KINS 3750: Chapter 3-Sensory Systems (Test #2)
exteroception
interoception
proprioception
kinesthesis
sensory information that comes primarily from sources outside…
sensory information arising from inside of the body, such as…
sensory information that comes primarily from sources in the…
the sense of awareness of movement
exteroception
sensory information that comes primarily from sources outside…
interoception
sensory information arising from inside of the body, such as…
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Ch.3 - Sensory Evaluation
Sensory Evaluation
Subjective Evaluation
Objective Evaluation
Olfactory receptors
synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined by…
evaluation by a panel of individuals using a scoring system b…
use of mechanical devices to measure physical properties of a…
nasal organs capable of detecting aromas
Sensory Evaluation
synonym for subjective evaluation; measurements determined by…
Subjective Evaluation
evaluation by a panel of individuals using a scoring system b…
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Chapter 43 Sensory systems
Audition
Olfaction
Gustation
Photorecption
Sense of hearing. Detection of mechanical pressure of sound w…
Sense of smell
sense of taste
Sense of Vision
Audition
Sense of hearing. Detection of mechanical pressure of sound w…
Olfaction
Sense of smell
Chapter 52 Sensory Disorders
Conjunctivitis
S+S of conjunctivitis
Blepharitis
How is blepharitis prevented and treat…
Inflammation of conjunctiva, can be viral or bacterial. Viral…
Redness of the conjunctivae, crusting on lids+corners, itchin…
Eyelid inflammation
Swabbing eyelids with a Q-tip dipped in baby shampoo, applyin…
Conjunctivitis
Inflammation of conjunctiva, can be viral or bacterial. Viral…
S+S of conjunctivitis
Redness of the conjunctivae, crusting on lids+corners, itchin…
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Chapter 8 Sensory (Exam 3)
How does a sensory system code a wide…
What is meant by "labeled lines"?
how the intensity of stimulus is coded…
What is meant by "sensory adaptation,"
Range fractionation, a wide range of intensity value can be e…
labeled line: the concept that each nerve input to the brain…
A single neuron can convey stimulus intensity by changing the…
sensory adaptation is the progressive loss of response to a m…
How does a sensory system code a wide…
Range fractionation, a wide range of intensity value can be e…
What is meant by "labeled lines"?
labeled line: the concept that each nerve input to the brain…
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Sensory Neuroscience - Chapter 1
threshold of detection of a physical s…
sensitivity of sensory systems
light quantum
sensitivity of hearing
the minimum amount of the stimulus that is needed for the sen…
enormous and it surpasses most of our technical systems.
smallest amount of light that can be produced. It refers to t…
amplitude of vibration of the eardrum at the threshold of hea…
threshold of detection of a physical s…
the minimum amount of the stimulus that is needed for the sen…
sensitivity of sensory systems
enormous and it surpasses most of our technical systems.
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Chapter 7: Sensory Systems
Aqueous Humor
Vitreous Humor
Choroid
Ciliary Body
the watery fluid that fills the anterior and posterior chambe…
the watery fluid that fills the anterior and posterior chambe…
the middle layer of the wall of the eye
the structure between the choroid and the iris that anchors t…
Aqueous Humor
the watery fluid that fills the anterior and posterior chambe…
Vitreous Humor
the watery fluid that fills the anterior and posterior chambe…
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