Somatic and Special Senses. Special Senses. General senses. Smell Taste Vision Hearing Balance. Tactile Touch Pressure Thermal (hot vs cold) Pain Proprioceptive. Sensory receptors. Detect environmental changes and trigger nerve impulse Neurons have specific job E.x.
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Somatic and Special Senses
The iris is a muscle that controls the size of the pupil. The iris is the colored part of the eye.
Images (light rays):
Have your partner hold two different pencils at different distances in front of you so that both pencils can be seen.
With both eyes open, try to grab the pencil that is furthest from you.
Repeat steps one and two a twice. Have your partner change the pencils distance with each trial
Repeat steps one through three with one eye closed
Made up of
Describe the process
What happens to your hearing as a result of aging?
Three fluid filled channels
Use of Implant
Explain the needed for popping your ears
Cliff works the night shift and sometimes falls asleep in class. What is the effect on the structures of in his internal ear when his head falls backward as he slumps in his seat?
Types of receptors
Types of mechanoreceptors
Anatomy of the ear
Structures of the ear
Difference between static and dynamic equilibrium