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I need to follow more blogs

So if you reblog:
-Supernatural (any ship)
-LOTR
-Sherlock
-Doctor Who
-Hannibal
-Marvel movies or comics or the actors (any ships)
-deadpool
-The game of thrones
-Merlin
-Psych
-Harry Potter
-art stuff
-writing stuff

Please like this post. Thanks~

i work at a museum and i was checking a member in at the front desk yesterday and his name was SEAN SPENCER and i just froze up and debated with myself for like 10 full seconds of whether i should say something. i decided not to, but it was an amazing experience for me and i felt the need to share it with all of you.

Sensation (Part 1)c

Introduction

  • Sensation: the activation of the sense organs by a source of physical energy
  • Perception: the process of organizing and interpreting sensory information; helps us to recognize meaningful objects and events
  • Sensation and perception are parts of one continuous process
  • Sensory Adaption: diminished sensitivity as a consequence of constant stimulation (why you get used to certain smells, sounds, feelings, etc after a being around it for a while)
  • Transduction: conversion of one form of energy into another; in terms of sensation it’s the transforming of stimulus energies (sights, sounds, smells, etc) into neural impulses our brains can interpret
  • Bottom-Up Processing: information processing that happens at the lowest level of mental processes and uses our senses (this is like when you first only see the rider in the horse in the forest)
  • Top-Down Processing: information processing that begins with the brain and flows down; uses our experience and expectations to produce perceptions (when you notice that the painting has a lot of hidden faces)

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