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Chemical stimuli can be interpreted by a chemoreceptor that interprets chemical stimuli, such as an object's taste or smell, while osmoreceptors respond to a chemical solute concentrations of body fluids.

Nociception pain interprets the presence of tissue damage, from sensory information from mechano-, chemo-, and thermoreceptors.

Each sense organ eyes or nose, for instance requires a minimal amount of stimulation in order to detect a stimulus.

This minimum amount of stimulus is called the absolute threshold. This process involves presenting stimuli of varying intensities to a subject in order to determine the level at which the subject can reliably detect stimulation in a given sense.

Differential threshold or just noticeable difference JDS is the smallest detectable difference between two stimuli, or the smallest difference in stimuli that can be judged to be different from each other.

Magnitude estimation is a psychophysical method in which subjects assign perceived values of given stimuli. The relationship between stimulus intensity and perceptive intensity is described by Steven's power law.

Signal detection theory quantifies the experience of the subject to the presentation of a stimulus in the presence of noise. There is internal noise and there is external noise when it comes to signal detection.

The internal noise originates from static in the nervous system. For example, an individual with closed eyes in a dark room still sees something - a blotchy pattern of grey with intermittent brighter flashes -, this is internal noise.

External noise is the result of noise in the environment that can interfere with the detection of the stimulus of interest. Noise is only a problem if the magnitude of the noise is large enough to interfere with signal collection.

The nervous system calculates a criterion, or an internal threshold, for the detection of a signal in the presence of noise.

If a signal is judged to be above the criterion, thus the signal is differentiated from the noise, the signal is sensed and perceived.

Errors in signal detection can potentially lead to false positives and false negatives. The sensory criterion might be shifted based on the importance of the detecting the signal.

Shifting of the criterion may influence the likelihood of false positives and false negatives.

Subjective visual and auditory experiences appear to be similar across humans subjects. The same cannot be said about taste. For example, there is a molecule called propylthiouracil PROP that some humans experience as bitter, some as almost tasteless, while others experience it as somewhere between tasteless and bitter.

There is a genetic basis for this difference between perception given the same sensory stimulus. This subjective difference in taste perception has implications for individuals' food preferences, and consequently, health.

When a stimulus is constant and unchanging, perceptual sensory adaptation occurs. During this process, the subject becomes less sensitive to the stimulus.

Biological auditory hearing , vestibular and spatial, and visual systems vision appear to break down real-world complex stimuli into sine wave components, through the mathematical process called Fourier analysis.

Many neurons have a strong preference for certain sine frequency components in contrast to others. The way that simpler sounds and images are encoded during sensation can provide insight into how perception of real-world objects happens.

Perception occurs when nerves that lead from the sensory organs e. For example, in the case of the eye, it does not matter whether light or something else stimulates the optic nerve, that stimulation will results in visual perception, even if there was no visual stimulus to begin with.

To prove this point to yourself and if you are a human , close your eyes preferably in a dark room and press gently on the outside corner of one eye through the eyelid.

You will see a visual spot toward the inside of your visual field, near your nose. All stimuli received by the receptors are transduced to an action potential , which is carried along one or more afferent neurons towards a specific area cortex of the brain.

Just as different nerves are dedicated to sensory and motors tasks, different areas of the brain cortices are similarly dedicated to different sensory and perceptual tasks.

More complex processing is accomplished across primary cortical regions that spread beyond the primary cortices. Every nerve, sensory or motor , has its own signal transmission speed.

Perceptual experience is often multimodal. Multimodality integrates different senses into one unified perceptual experience.

Information from one sense has the potential to influence how information from another is perceived. There has been a growing body of evidence since the mids on the neural correlates of multimodal perception.

Historical inquiries into the underlying mechanisms of sensation and perception have led early researchers to subscribe to various philosophical interpretations of perception and the mind , including panpsychism , dualism , and materialism.

The majority of modern scientists who study sensation and perception take on a materialistic view of the mind.

Some examples of human absolute thresholds for the external senses. Humans respond more strongly to multimodal stimuli compared to the sum of each single modality together, an effect called the superadditive effect of multisensory integration.

External receptors that respond to stimuli from outside the body are called extoreceptors. Smell and taste are both responsible for identifying molecules and thus both are types of chemoreceptors.

Both olfaction smell and gustation taste require the transduction of chemical stimuli into electrical potentials. The visual system, or sense of sight, is based on the transduction of light stimuli received through the eyes and contributes to visual perception.

The visual system detects light on photoreceptors in the retina of each eye that generates electrical nerve impulses for the perception of varying colors and brightness.

There are two types of photoreceptors: rods and cones. Rods are very sensitive to light but do not distinguish colors. Cones distinguish colors but are less sensitive to dim light.

At the molecular level, visual stimuli cause changes in the photopigment molecule that lead to changes in membrane potential of the photoreceptor cell.

A single unit of light is called a photon , which is described in physics as a packet of energy with properties of both a particle and a wave.

The energy of a photon is represented by its wavelength , with each wavelength of visible light corresponding to a particular color.

All other colors fall between red and blue at various points along the wavelength scale. The three types of cone opsins , being sensitive to different wavelengths of light, provide us with color vision.

By comparing the activity of the three different cones, the brain can extract color information from visual stimuli. The relative activation of the three different cones is calculated by the brain, which perceives the color as blue.

However, cones cannot react to low-intensity light, and rods do not sense the color of light. Therefore, our low-light vision is—in essence—in grayscale.

In other words, in a dark room, everything appears as a shade of gray. If you think that you can see colors in the dark, it is most likely because your brain knows what color something is and is relying on that memory.

There is some disagreement as to whether the visual system consists of one, two, or three submodalities. Neuroanatomists generally regard it as two submodalities, given that different receptors are responsible for the perception of color and brightness.

Some argue [ citation needed ] that stereopsis , the perception of depth using both eyes, also constitutes a sense, but it is generally regarded as a cognitive that is, post-sensory function of the visual cortex of the brain where patterns and objects in images are recognized and interpreted based on previously learned information.

This is called visual memory. The inability to see is called blindness. Temporary or permanent blindness can be caused by poisons or medications. People who are blind from degradation or damage to the visual cortex, but still have functional eyes, are actually capable of some level of vision and reaction to visual stimuli but not a conscious perception; this is known as blindsight.

People with blindsight are usually not aware that they are reacting to visual sources, and instead just unconsciously adapt their behavior to the stimulus.

On February 14, researchers developed a neural implant that gives rats the ability to sense infrared light which for the first time provides living creatures with new abilities, instead of simply replacing or augmenting existing abilities.

According to Gestalt Psychology, people perceive the whole of something even if it is not there. The Law of Common fate says that objects are led along the smoothest path.

The Law of Similarity refers to the grouping of images or objects that are similar to each other in some aspect.

This could be due to shade, colour, size, shape, or other qualities you could distinguish. The Law of Proximity states that our minds like to group based on how close objects are to each other.

We may see 42 objects in a group, but we can also perceive three groups of two lines with seven objects in each line. The Law of Closure is the idea that we as humans still see a full picture even if there are gaps within that picture.

There could be gaps or parts missing from a section of a shape, but we would still perceive the shape as whole.

The Law of Symmetry refers to a person's preference to see symmetry around a central point. An example would be when we use parentheses in writing.

We tend to perceive all of the words in the parentheses as one section instead of individual words within the parentheses.

The Law of Continuity tells us that objects are grouped together by their elements and then perceived as a whole. This usually happens when we see overlapping objects.

We will see the overlapping objects with no interruptions. The Law of Past Experience refers to the tendency humans have to categorize objects according to past experiences under certain circumstances.

If two objects are usually perceived together or within close proximity of each other the Law of Past Experience is usually seen. Hearing, or audition, is the transduction of sound waves into a neural signal that is made possible by the structures of the ear.

The large, fleshy structure on the lateral aspect of the head is known as the auricle. At the end of the auditory canal is the tympanic membrane, or ear drum , which vibrates after it is struck by sound waves.

The auricle, ear canal, and tympanic membrane are often referred to as the external ear. The middle ear consists of a space spanned by three small bones called the ossicles.

The three ossicles are the malleus , incus , and stapes , which are Latin names that roughly translate to hammer, anvil, and stirrup.

The malleus is attached to the tympanic membrane and articulates with the incus. The incus, in turn, articulates with the stapes. The stapes is then attached to the inner ear , where the sound waves will be transduced into a neural signal.

The middle ear is connected to the pharynx through the Eustachian tube , which helps equilibrate air pressure across the tympanic membrane.

The tube is normally closed but will pop open when the muscles of the pharynx contract during swallowing or yawning. Mechanoreceptors turn motion into electrical nerve pulses, which are located in the inner ear.

Hearing at high frequencies declines with an increase in age. Inability to hear is called deafness or hearing impairment.

Sound can also be detected as vibrations conducted through the body by tactition. Lower frequencies that can be heard are detected this way.

Some deaf people are able to determine the direction and location of vibrations picked up through the feet.

Studies pertaining to Audition started to increase in number towards the latter end of the nineteenth century.

During this time, many laboratories in the United States began to create new models, diagrams, and instruments that all pertained to the ear.

There is a branch of Cognitive Psychology dedicated strictly to Audition. They call it Auditory Cognitive Psychology. The main point is to understand why humans are able to use sound in thinking outside of actually saying it.

Relating to Auditory Cognitive Psychology is Psychoacoustics. Psychoacoustics is more pointed to people interested in music.

Somatosensation is considered a general sense, as opposed to the special senses discussed in this section. Somatosensation is the group of sensory modalities that are associated with touch and interoception.

The modalities of somatosensation include pressure , vibration , light touch, tickle , itch , temperature , pain , kinesthesia.

A variety of pressure receptors respond to variations in pressure firm, brushing, sustained, etc. The touch sense of itching caused by insect bites or allergies involves special itch-specific neurons in the skin and spinal cord.

Paresthesia is a sensation of tingling, pricking, or numbness of the skin that may result from nerve damage and may be permanent or temporary.

Two types of somatosensory signals that are transduced by free nerve endings are pain and temperature.

These two modalities use thermoreceptors and nociceptors to transduce temperature and pain stimuli, respectively. Temperature receptors are stimulated when local temperatures differ from body temperature.

Some thermoreceptors are sensitive to just cold and others to just heat. Nociception is the sensation of potentially damaging stimuli.

Mechanical, chemical, or thermal stimuli beyond a set threshold will elicit painful sensations. Stressed or damaged tissues release chemicals that activate receptor proteins in the nociceptors.

For example, the sensation of heat associated with spicy foods involves capsaicin , the active molecule in hot peppers. Low frequency vibrations are sensed by mechanoreceptors called Merkel cells , also known as type I cutaneous mechanoreceptors.

Merkel cells are located in the stratum basale of the epidermis. Deep pressure and vibration is transduced by lamellated Pacinian corpuscles, which are receptors with encapsulated endings found deep in the dermis, or subcutaneous tissue.

Light touch is transduced by the encapsulated endings known as tactile Meissner corpuscles. Follicles are also wrapped in a plexus of nerve endings known as the hair follicle plexus.

These nerve endings detect the movement of hair at the surface of the skin, such as when an insect may be walking along the skin. Stretching of the skin is transduced by stretch receptors known as bulbous corpuscles.

Bulbous corpuscles are also known as Ruffini corpuscles, or type II cutaneous mechanoreceptors. The heat receptors are sensitive to infrared radiation and can occur in specialized organs, for instance in pit vipers.

The thermoceptors in the skin are quite different from the homeostatic thermoceptors in the brain hypothalamus , which provide feedback on internal body temperature.

The gustatory system or the sense of taste is the sensory system that is partially responsible for the perception of taste flavor.

Very recent research has suggested that there may also be a sixth taste submodality for fats, or lipids. Within the structure of the lingual papillae are taste buds that contain specialized gustatory receptor cells for the transduction of taste stimuli.

These receptor cells are sensitive to the chemicals contained within foods that are ingested, and they release neurotransmitters based on the amount of the chemical in the food.

Neurotransmitters from the gustatory cells can activate sensory neurons in the facial , glossopharyngeal , and vagus cranial nerves.

The other taste modalities result from food molecules binding to a G protein—coupled receptor. A G protein signal transduction system ultimately leads to depolarization of the gustatory cell.

The sweet taste is the sensitivity of gustatory cells to the presence of glucose or sugar substitutes dissolved in the saliva.

Bitter taste is similar to sweet in that food molecules bind to G protein—coupled receptors. The taste known as umami is often referred to as the savory taste.

Like sweet and bitter, it is based on the activation of G protein—coupled receptors by a specific molecule. Once the gustatory cells are activated by the taste molecules, they release neurotransmitters onto the dendrites of sensory neurons.

These neurons are part of the facial and glossopharyngeal cranial nerves, as well as a component within the vagus nerve dedicated to the gag reflex.

The facial nerve connects to taste buds in the anterior third of the tongue. The glossopharyngeal nerve connects to taste buds in the posterior two thirds of the tongue.

The vagus nerve connects to taste buds in the extreme posterior of the tongue, verging on the pharynx , which are more sensitive to noxious stimuli such as bitterness.

Flavor depends on odor, texture, and temperature as well as on taste. Humans receive tastes through sensory organs called taste buds, or gustatory calyculi, concentrated on the upper surface of the tongue.

Other tastes such as calcium [36] [37] and free fatty acids [38] may also be basic tastes but have yet to receive widespread acceptance.

The inability to taste is called ageusia. There is a rare phenomenon when it comes to the Gustatory sense.

It is called Lexical-Gustatory Synesthesia. When they read words, hear words, or even imagine words. They have reported not only simple flavors, but textures, complex flavors, and temperatures as well.

Like the sense of taste, the sense of smell, or the olfactiory system, is also responsive to chemical stimuli. Odor molecules possess a variety of features and, thus, excite specific receptors more or less strongly.

This combination of excitatory signals from different receptors makes up what humans perceive as the molecule's smell. The olfactory receptor neurons are located in a small region within the superior nasal cavity.

This region is referred to as the olfactory epithelium and contains bipolar sensory neurons. Each olfactory sensory neuron has dendrites that extend from the apical surface of the epithelium into the mucus lining the cavity.

As airborne molecules are inhaled through the nose , they pass over the olfactory epithelial region and dissolve into the mucus. These odorant molecules bind to proteins that keep them dissolved in the mucus and help transport them to the olfactory dendrites.

The odorant—protein complex binds to a receptor protein within the cell membrane of an olfactory dendrite.

These receptors are G protein—coupled, and will produce a graded membrane potential in the olfactory neurons.

In the brain , olfaction is processed by the olfactory cortex. Olfactory receptor neurons in the nose differ from most other neurons in that they die and regenerate on a regular basis.

The inability to smell is called anosmia. Some neurons in the nose are specialized to detect pheromones. A person with an impaired sense of smell may require additional spice and seasoning levels for food to be tasted.

Anosmia may also be related to some presentations of mild depression , because the loss of enjoyment of food may lead to a general sense of despair.

The ability of olfactory neurons to replace themselves decreases with age, leading to age-related anosmia. This explains why some elderly people salt their food more than younger people do.

Causes of Olfactory dysfunction can be caused by age, exposure to toxic chemicals, viral infections, epilepsy, some sort of neurodegenerative disease, head trauma, or as a result of another disorder.

Although the deficit is present in these two diseases, as well as others, it is important to make note that the severity or magnitude vary with every disease.

This has brought to light some suggestions that olfactory testing could be used in some cases to aid in differentiating many of the neurodegenerative diseases.

Those who were born without a sense of smell or have a damaged sense of smell usually complain about 1, or more, of 3 things.

Our olfactory sense is also used as a warning against bad food. If the sense of smell is damaged or not there, it can lead to a person contracting food poisoning more often.

Not having a sense of smell can also lead to damaged relationships or insecurities within the relationships because of the inability for the person to not smell body odor.

Lastly, smell influences how food and drink taste. When the olfactory sense is damaged, the satisfaction from eating and drinking is not as prominent.

The vestibular sense, or sense of balance equilibrium , is the sense that contributes to the perception of balance equilibrium , spatial orientation, direction, or acceleration equilibrioception.

Along with audition, the inner ear is responsible for encoding information about equilibrium. A similar mechanoreceptor —a hair cell with stereocilia —senses head position, head movement, and whether our bodies are in motion.

These cells are located within the vestibule of the inner ear. Head position is sensed by the utricle and saccule , whereas head movement is sensed by the semicircular canals.

The neural signals generated in the vestibular ganglion are transmitted through the vestibulocochlear nerve to the brain stem and cerebellum.

The semicircular canals are three ring-like extensions of the vestibule. One is oriented in the horizontal plane, whereas the other two are oriented in the vertical plane.

The anterior and posterior vertical canals are oriented at approximately 45 degrees relative to the sagittal plane. The base of each semicircular canal, where it meets with the vestibule, connects to an enlarged region known as the ampulla.

As the head rotates in a plane parallel to the semicircular canal, the fluid lags, deflecting the cupula in the direction opposite to the head movement.

The semicircular canals contain several ampullae, with some oriented horizontally and others oriented vertically. By comparing the relative movements of both the horizontal and vertical ampullae, the vestibular system can detect the direction of most head movements within three-dimensional 3D space.

The vestibular nerve conducts information from sensory receptors in three ampulla that sense motion of fluid in three semicircular canals caused by three-dimensional rotation of the head.

The vestibular nerve also conducts information from the utricle and the saccule , which contain hair-like sensory receptors that bend under the weight of otoliths which are small crystals of calcium carbonate that provide the inertia needed to detect head rotation, linear acceleration, and the direction of gravitational force.

Proprioception , the kinesthetic sense, provides the parietal cortex of the brain with information on the movement and relative positions of the parts of the body.

Neurologists test this sense by telling patients to close their eyes and touch their own nose with the tip of a finger. Assuming proper proprioceptive function, at no time will the person lose awareness of where the hand actually is, even though it is not being detected by any of the other senses.

Proprioception and touch are related in subtle ways, and their impairment results in surprising and deep deficits in perception and action.

Nociception physiological pain signals nerve-damage or damage to tissue. The three types of pain receptors are cutaneous skin , somatic joints and bones , and visceral body organs.

It was previously believed that pain was simply the overloading of pressure receptors, but research in the first half of the 20th century indicated that pain is a distinct phenomenon that intertwines with all of the other senses, including touch.

Pain was once considered an entirely subjective experience, but recent studies show that pain is registered in the anterior cingulate gyrus of the brain.

For example, humans avoid touching a sharp needle, or hot object, or extending an arm beyond a safe limit because it is dangerous, and thus hurts.

Without pain, people could do many dangerous things without being aware of the dangers. An internal sensation and perception also known as interoception [45] is "any sense that is normally stimulated from within the body".

Interoception is thought to be atypical in clinical conditions such as alexithymia. Other living organisms have receptors to sense the world around them, including many of the senses listed above for humans.

However, the mechanisms and capabilities vary widely. An example of smell in non-mammals is that of sharks , which combine their keen sense of smell with timing to determine the direction of a smell.

They follow the nostril that first detected the smell. Although it is unknown to the degree and magnitude which non-human animals can smell better than humans.

Many animals salamanders , reptiles , mammals have a vomeronasal organ [56] that is connected with the mouth cavity. In mammals it is mainly used to detect pheromones of marked territory, trails, and sexual state.

Reptiles like snakes and monitor lizards make extensive use of it as a smelling organ by transferring scent molecules to the vomeronasal organ with the tips of the forked tongue.

In reptiles the vomeronasal organ is commonly referred to as Jacobsons organ. In mammals, it is often associated with a special behavior called flehmen characterized by uplifting of the lips.

The organ is vestigial in humans , because associated neurons have not been found that give any sensory input in humans.

Flies and butterflies have taste organs on their feet, allowing them to taste anything they land on. Catfish have taste organs across their entire bodies, and can taste anything they touch, including chemicals in the water.

Cats have the ability to see in low light, which is due to muscles surrounding their irides —which contract and expand their pupils—as well as to the tapetum lucidum , a reflective membrane that optimizes the image.

Pit vipers , pythons and some boas have organs that allow them to detect infrared light, such that these snakes are able to sense the body heat of their prey.

The common vampire bat may also have an infrared sensor on its nose. Bees and dragonflies [60] are also able to see in the ultraviolet.

Mantis shrimps can perceive both polarized light and multispectral images and have twelve distinct kinds of color receptors, unlike humans which have three kinds and most mammals which have two kinds.

Cephalopods have the ability to change color using chromatophores in their skin. Researchers believe that opsins in the skin can sense different wavelengths of light and help the creatures choose a coloration that camouflages them, in addition to light input from the eyes.

Many invertebrates have a statocyst , which is a sensor for acceleration and orientation that works very differently from the mammalian's semi-circular canals.

Magnetoception or magnetoreception is the ability to detect the direction one is facing based on the Earth's magnetic field.

Directional awareness is most commonly observed in birds , which rely on their magnetic sense to navigate during migration. Cattle make use of magnetoception to align themselves in a north—south direction.

Certain animals, including bats and cetaceans , have the ability to determine orientation to other objects through interpretation of reflected sound like sonar.

They most often use this to navigate through poor lighting conditions or to identify and track prey. There is currently an uncertainty whether this is simply an extremely developed post-sensory interpretation of auditory perceptions or it actually constitutes a separate sense.

Resolution of the issue will require brain scans of animals while they actually perform echolocation, a task that has proven difficult in practice.

Blind people report they are able to navigate and in some cases identify an object by interpreting reflected sounds especially their own footsteps , a phenomenon known as human echolocation.

Electroreception or electroception is the ability to detect electric fields. Several species of fish, sharks , and rays have the capacity to sense changes in electric fields in their immediate vicinity.

For cartilaginous fish this occurs through a specialized organ called the Ampullae of Lorenzini. The event was successfully attended by all seven international partners from six countries including Spain, Latvia, Malta, Slovenia, Italy and Bulgaria.

On Sunday 7th May , Hal Dingli organized an Agro-tourism event in Buskett with a lot of entities from private, public sector and civic society attending.

The event was very successful as large number of people visiting the Local Council and the cheese stands. The event took place in the Limestone Heritage venue and 5 Senses delivered the introduction.

During the first part of the event, the Genius Loci project was presented. All ten industrial heritage places identified and chosen in Malta were presented together with the potential tourism routes.

Some of these include Farsons brewery, the Limestone Heritage Park On the 29 — 30th of September, 5-Senses hosted the 2nd partners meeting of Genius Loci project in Malta.

During the first day of the meeting, partners had an opportunity to discuss the project progress The event was successfully attended by 22 local tour guides.

The project was attended by all partners. The Genius Loci project aims to valorise the tourism potential of industrial heritage and living industry in order to enhance tourist attractiveness of the involved territories through the discovery of the local Genius Loci..

Besides athletes who chose to run the half marathon in full, a number of participants also chose to run as a relay in teams of three runners who ran 7km each.

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Since Roman times, olive oil production in Malta was a very lucrative business with large exports to neighbouring countries.. The training will cover four modules, each delivered by local experts..

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Anosmia may also be related to some presentations of mild depression , because the loss of enjoyment of food may lead to a general sense of despair.

The ability of olfactory neurons to replace themselves decreases with age, leading to age-related anosmia.

This explains why some elderly people salt their food more than younger people do. Causes of Olfactory dysfunction can be caused by age, exposure to toxic chemicals, viral infections, epilepsy, some sort of neurodegenerative disease, head trauma, or as a result of another disorder.

Although the deficit is present in these two diseases, as well as others, it is important to make note that the severity or magnitude vary with every disease.

This has brought to light some suggestions that olfactory testing could be used in some cases to aid in differentiating many of the neurodegenerative diseases.

Those who were born without a sense of smell or have a damaged sense of smell usually complain about 1, or more, of 3 things. Our olfactory sense is also used as a warning against bad food.

If the sense of smell is damaged or not there, it can lead to a person contracting food poisoning more often.

Not having a sense of smell can also lead to damaged relationships or insecurities within the relationships because of the inability for the person to not smell body odor.

Lastly, smell influences how food and drink taste. When the olfactory sense is damaged, the satisfaction from eating and drinking is not as prominent.

The vestibular sense, or sense of balance equilibrium , is the sense that contributes to the perception of balance equilibrium , spatial orientation, direction, or acceleration equilibrioception.

Along with audition, the inner ear is responsible for encoding information about equilibrium. A similar mechanoreceptor —a hair cell with stereocilia —senses head position, head movement, and whether our bodies are in motion.

These cells are located within the vestibule of the inner ear. Head position is sensed by the utricle and saccule , whereas head movement is sensed by the semicircular canals.

The neural signals generated in the vestibular ganglion are transmitted through the vestibulocochlear nerve to the brain stem and cerebellum.

The semicircular canals are three ring-like extensions of the vestibule. One is oriented in the horizontal plane, whereas the other two are oriented in the vertical plane.

The anterior and posterior vertical canals are oriented at approximately 45 degrees relative to the sagittal plane. The base of each semicircular canal, where it meets with the vestibule, connects to an enlarged region known as the ampulla.

As the head rotates in a plane parallel to the semicircular canal, the fluid lags, deflecting the cupula in the direction opposite to the head movement.

The semicircular canals contain several ampullae, with some oriented horizontally and others oriented vertically. By comparing the relative movements of both the horizontal and vertical ampullae, the vestibular system can detect the direction of most head movements within three-dimensional 3D space.

The vestibular nerve conducts information from sensory receptors in three ampulla that sense motion of fluid in three semicircular canals caused by three-dimensional rotation of the head.

The vestibular nerve also conducts information from the utricle and the saccule , which contain hair-like sensory receptors that bend under the weight of otoliths which are small crystals of calcium carbonate that provide the inertia needed to detect head rotation, linear acceleration, and the direction of gravitational force.

Proprioception , the kinesthetic sense, provides the parietal cortex of the brain with information on the movement and relative positions of the parts of the body.

Neurologists test this sense by telling patients to close their eyes and touch their own nose with the tip of a finger.

Assuming proper proprioceptive function, at no time will the person lose awareness of where the hand actually is, even though it is not being detected by any of the other senses.

Proprioception and touch are related in subtle ways, and their impairment results in surprising and deep deficits in perception and action.

Nociception physiological pain signals nerve-damage or damage to tissue. The three types of pain receptors are cutaneous skin , somatic joints and bones , and visceral body organs.

It was previously believed that pain was simply the overloading of pressure receptors, but research in the first half of the 20th century indicated that pain is a distinct phenomenon that intertwines with all of the other senses, including touch.

Pain was once considered an entirely subjective experience, but recent studies show that pain is registered in the anterior cingulate gyrus of the brain.

For example, humans avoid touching a sharp needle, or hot object, or extending an arm beyond a safe limit because it is dangerous, and thus hurts.

Without pain, people could do many dangerous things without being aware of the dangers. An internal sensation and perception also known as interoception [45] is "any sense that is normally stimulated from within the body".

Interoception is thought to be atypical in clinical conditions such as alexithymia. Other living organisms have receptors to sense the world around them, including many of the senses listed above for humans.

However, the mechanisms and capabilities vary widely. An example of smell in non-mammals is that of sharks , which combine their keen sense of smell with timing to determine the direction of a smell.

They follow the nostril that first detected the smell. Although it is unknown to the degree and magnitude which non-human animals can smell better than humans.

Many animals salamanders , reptiles , mammals have a vomeronasal organ [56] that is connected with the mouth cavity. In mammals it is mainly used to detect pheromones of marked territory, trails, and sexual state.

Reptiles like snakes and monitor lizards make extensive use of it as a smelling organ by transferring scent molecules to the vomeronasal organ with the tips of the forked tongue.

In reptiles the vomeronasal organ is commonly referred to as Jacobsons organ. In mammals, it is often associated with a special behavior called flehmen characterized by uplifting of the lips.

The organ is vestigial in humans , because associated neurons have not been found that give any sensory input in humans. Flies and butterflies have taste organs on their feet, allowing them to taste anything they land on.

Catfish have taste organs across their entire bodies, and can taste anything they touch, including chemicals in the water.

Cats have the ability to see in low light, which is due to muscles surrounding their irides —which contract and expand their pupils—as well as to the tapetum lucidum , a reflective membrane that optimizes the image.

Pit vipers , pythons and some boas have organs that allow them to detect infrared light, such that these snakes are able to sense the body heat of their prey.

The common vampire bat may also have an infrared sensor on its nose. Bees and dragonflies [60] are also able to see in the ultraviolet.

Mantis shrimps can perceive both polarized light and multispectral images and have twelve distinct kinds of color receptors, unlike humans which have three kinds and most mammals which have two kinds.

Cephalopods have the ability to change color using chromatophores in their skin. Researchers believe that opsins in the skin can sense different wavelengths of light and help the creatures choose a coloration that camouflages them, in addition to light input from the eyes.

Many invertebrates have a statocyst , which is a sensor for acceleration and orientation that works very differently from the mammalian's semi-circular canals.

Magnetoception or magnetoreception is the ability to detect the direction one is facing based on the Earth's magnetic field.

Directional awareness is most commonly observed in birds , which rely on their magnetic sense to navigate during migration. Cattle make use of magnetoception to align themselves in a north—south direction.

Certain animals, including bats and cetaceans , have the ability to determine orientation to other objects through interpretation of reflected sound like sonar.

They most often use this to navigate through poor lighting conditions or to identify and track prey. There is currently an uncertainty whether this is simply an extremely developed post-sensory interpretation of auditory perceptions or it actually constitutes a separate sense.

Resolution of the issue will require brain scans of animals while they actually perform echolocation, a task that has proven difficult in practice.

Blind people report they are able to navigate and in some cases identify an object by interpreting reflected sounds especially their own footsteps , a phenomenon known as human echolocation.

Electroreception or electroception is the ability to detect electric fields. Several species of fish, sharks , and rays have the capacity to sense changes in electric fields in their immediate vicinity.

For cartilaginous fish this occurs through a specialized organ called the Ampullae of Lorenzini. Some fish passively sense changing nearby electric fields; some generate their own weak electric fields, and sense the pattern of field potentials over their body surface; and some use these electric field generating and sensing capacities for social communication.

The mechanisms by which electroceptive fish construct a spatial representation from very small differences in field potentials involve comparisons of spike latencies from different parts of the fish's body.

The only orders of mammals that are known to demonstrate electroception are the dolphin and monotreme orders. Among these mammals, the platypus [73] has the most acute sense of electroception.

A dolphin can detect electric fields in water using electroreceptors in vibrissal crypts arrayed in pairs on its snout and which evolved from whisker motion sensors.

This permits the dolphin to locate prey from the seafloor where sediment limits visibility and echolocation.

Spiders have been shown to detect electric fields to determine a suitable time to extend web for 'ballooning'.

Body modification enthusiasts have experimented with magnetic implants to attempt to replicate this sense. An electrically charged balloon, for instance, will exert a force on human arm hairs, which can be felt through tactition and identified as coming from a static charge and not from wind or the like.

This is not electroreception, as it is a post-sensory cognitive action. Hygroreception is the ability to detect changes in the moisture content of the environment.

The ability to sense infrared thermal radiation evolved independently in various families of snakes. Most superficially, pitvipers possess one large pit organ on either side of the head, between the eye and the nostril Loreal pit , while boas and pythons have three or more comparatively smaller pits lining the upper and sometimes the lower lip, in or between the scales.

Those of the pitvipers are the more advanced, having a suspended sensory membrane as opposed to a simple pit structure. Within the family Viperidae , the pit organ is seen only in the subfamily Crotalinae: the pitvipers.

The organ is used extensively to detect and target endothermic prey such as rodents and birds, and it was previously assumed that the organ evolved specifically for that purpose.

However, recent evidence shows that the pit organ may also be used for thermoregulation. According to Krochmal et al.

In spite of its detection of IR light, the pits' IR detection mechanism is not similar to photoreceptors — while photoreceptors detect light via photochemical reactions, the protein in the pits of snakes is in fact a temperature-sensitive ion channel.

It senses infrared signals through a mechanism involving warming of the pit organ, rather than a chemical reaction to light. Pressure detection uses the organ of Weber, a system consisting of three appendages of vertebrae transferring changes in shape of the gas bladder to the middle ear.

It can be used to regulate the buoyancy of the fish. Fish like the weather fish and other loaches are also known to respond to low pressure areas but they lack a swim bladder.

Current detection is a detection system of water currents, consisting mostly of vortices , found in the lateral line of fish and aquatic forms of amphibians.

The lateral line is also sensitive to low-frequency vibrations. The mechanoreceptors are hair cells , the same mechanoreceptors for vestibular sense and hearing.

It is used primarily for navigation, hunting, and schooling. The receptors of the electrical sense are modified hair cells of the lateral line system.

Cuttlefish , some beetles , and mantis shrimp can also perceive the polarization of light. Most sighted humans can in fact learn to roughly detect large areas of polarization by an effect called Haidinger's brush , however this is considered an entoptic phenomenon rather than a separate sense.

Slit sensillae of spiders detect mechanical strain in the exoskeleton, providing information on force and vibrations.

By using a variety of sense receptors, plants sense light, temperature, humidity, chemical substances, chemical gradients, reorientation, magnetic fields, infections, tissue damage and mechanical pressure.

The absence of a nervous system notwithstanding, plants interpret and respond to these stimuli by a variety of hormonal and cell-to-cell communication pathways that result in movement, morphological changes and physiological state alterations at the organism level, that is, result in plant behavior.

Such physiological and cognitive functions are generally not believed to give rise to mental phenomena or qualia, however, as these are typically considered the product of nervous system activity.

The emergence of mental phenomena from the activity of systems functionally or computationally analogous to that of nervous systems is, however, a hypothetical possibility explored by some schools of thought in the philosophy of mind field, such as functionalism and computationalism.

However, plants could perceive the world around them, [15] and might be able to emit airborne sounds similar to "screaming" when stressed.

Those noises could not be detectable by human ears, but organisms with a hearing range that can hear ultrasonic frequencies —like mice, bats or perhaps other plants—could hear the plants' cries from as far as 15 feet 4.

Machine perception is the capability of a computer system to interpret data in a manner that is similar to the way humans use their senses to relate to the world around them.

Until recently, input was limited to a keyboard, joystick or a mouse, but advances in technology, both in hardware and software, have allowed computers to take in sensory input in a way similar to humans.

In the time of William Shakespeare , there were commonly reckoned to be five wits or five senses. They appear in allegorical representation as early as in the Katha Upanishad roughly 6th century BC , as five horses drawing the " chariot " of the body, guided by the mind as "chariot driver".

Depictions of the five traditional senses as allegory became a popular subject for seventeenth-century artists, especially among Dutch and Flemish Baroque painters.

In Buddhist philosophy , Ayatana or "sense-base" includes the mind as a sense organ, in addition to the traditional five. This addition to the commonly acknowledged senses may arise from the psychological orientation involved in Buddhist thought and practice.

The mind considered by itself is seen as the principal gateway to a different spectrum of phenomena that differ from the physical sense data.

This way of viewing the human sense system indicates the importance of internal sources of sensation and perception that complements our experience of the external world.

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