2014 Sensory Physiology

Example questionPerception

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The CNS continuously filters sensory information, and is capable of switching priority (i.e., paying attention).  PERCEPTION is a CONSCIOUS process; SENSATION is not. For example, nociception is the sensation; pain is the perception.
Visual cortex connections
Connections of one cell in the visual cortex.
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