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Inner ear

inner ear in psychology

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#Transducer: Neural impulses- a device that converts variations in a physical quantity, such as pressure or brightness, into an electrical signal, or vice versa. Localization of function. If it goes to visual processing areas it will be experiences as seeing. ~Stimuli must be strong enough to be detected. #Frontal lobe- problem solving #Primary Somali sensory area- #Primary visual area (occipital lobe)- seeing #Primary olfactory area (sense of smell)- #Primary auditory area- #A stroke in any of these areas can cause a loss of sensitivity # Inner ear functions- mechanical leveraging connects eardrum to middle ear to outer ear. # which way is the fast phase and which way is the slow phase in the eyes when the room spins???
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