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Another Perception - Prime-stash and Genius Enis - Sounds Outta Mo Laboratories (File, MP3)

On 20.01.2020 by Dikazahn With 1 Comments - Rock


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    Shaktijind 28.01.2020
    The theory that the spinal cord contains a neurological "gate" that blocks pain signals or allows them to pass on to the brain. The "gate" is opened by the activity of pain signals traveling up small nerve fibers and is closed by activity in larger fibers or by information coming from the brain.
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    Vilrajas 29.01.2020
    Start studying Proprioception- Sensation & Perception 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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    Tauktilar 23.01.2020
    the perception of another person's thoughts or mental states. Clairvoyance. the perception of distant events in real time. Precognition. perception of future events. J.B. Rhine - first parapsychology laboratory i. argued that strict research methods must be used - 25 card deck, guess the card. 5/25 is chance. more = ESP.
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    Nikot 25.01.2020
    The odds against this latter run alone are more than 30 billion to 1. Another subject, Hubert Pearce, ac­tually achieved a run of 25 successes, against which the odds, on a basis of pure chance, are (if you are interested) quadrillion, 23 .
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    Mazulabar 23.01.2020
    Extrasensory perception or ESP, also called sixth sense, includes claimed reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses, but sensed with the bigsnonabermalinmucelrobilamcess.coinfo term was adopted by Duke University psychologist J. B. Rhine to denote psychic abilities such as intuition, telepathy, psychometry, clairvoyance, and their trans-temporal operation as .
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    Nikole 28.01.2020
    Another illusion involves the perception of collisions between two circles (called “balls”) moving toward each other and continuing through each other. Such stimuli can be perceived as either two balls moving through each other or as a collision between the two balls that then bounce off each other in opposite directions.
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    Faer 27.01.2020
    Another way to think about this is by asking how dim can a light be or how soft can a sound be and still be detected half of the time. The sensitivity of our sensory receptors can be quite amazing. It has been estimated that on a clear night, the most sensitive sensory cells in the back of the eye can detect a candle flame 30 miles away (Okawa.
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    Akigor 21.01.2020
    In speech perception, vowels and consonants are perceived as constant even if they sound very different due to the speaker’s age, sex, or dialect. For example, the word “apple” sounds very different when a two year-old boy and a 30 year-old woman say it, because their voices are at different frequencies and their mouths form the word.
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    Akinokasa 26.01.2020
    The Brain’s Perception of Signals Roscoe Nicholson and Mary Leighton University of Chicago MSCOPE Project Type: Demonstration Target Museum: Museum of Science and Industry Target Audience: 8 yr. olds through adults Big Idea: This demonstration will explore the relationship between body and mind, and how our senses allow us to understand the world .

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