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  • Sensation & Perception

    1. 1. Sensation and Perception General Psychology
    2. 2. Senses Eyes Ears Nose Tongue Skin
    3. 3. EYES Myopia Hyperopia Presbyopia Astigmatism Diplopia Color Blindness
    4. 4. Myopia
    5. 5. Hyperopia
    6. 6. Presbyopia
    7. 7. Astigmatism
    8. 8. Astigmatism
    9. 9. Diplopia
    10. 10. Color Blindness
    11. 11. EAR
    12. 12. Tongue
    13. 13. Tongue Tiny Bumps
    14. 14. Taste Types Sweet Sour Salty Bitter Umami
    15. 15. Taste
    16. 16. Taste
    17. 17. Taste Sour
    18. 18. Taste Sour
    19. 19. Taste Sour Bitter
    20. 20. Taste Sour Bitter
    21. 21. Taste Sour Bitter Sweets
    22. 22. Taste Sour Bitter Sweets
    23. 23. Taste Sour Salty Bitter Sweets
    24. 24. Taste Sour Salty Bitter Sweets
    25. 25. Taste Umami Sour Salty Bitter Sweets
    26. 26. Taste Umami Sour Salty Bitter Sweets
    27. 27. Nose
    28. 28. Nose & Scents
    29. 29. Nose & Scents
    30. 30. Nose & Scents
    31. 31. Nose & Scents Flowery
    32. 32. Nose & Scents Flowery
    33. 33. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery
    34. 34. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery
    35. 35. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery Spicy
    36. 36. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery Spicy
    37. 37. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery Spicy Burning
    38. 38. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery Spicy Burning
    39. 39. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery Spicy Resinous Burning
    40. 40. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery Spicy Resinous Burning
    41. 41. Nose & Scents Fruity Flowery Spicy Resinous Burning Foul
    42. 42. SKIN
    43. 43. Kinesthesis Sense of active movement kinesthetic sensation
    44. 44. Equilibrium Also known as the sense of balance vestibular sense
    45. 45. Organic Sensitivity refers to the sensation of the organ.
    46. 46. Sensation detection and encoding of changes in physical energy caused by environmental or internal events.
    47. 47. Perception process of interpreting sensation.

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