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    One of the games the Product Development team is proposing has to do with sensation and perception in preschool learning. They are running experiments which they plan to adapt in their educational games and toys.

    Describe a specific example of a sense and describe how it can be perceived in different ways. In your response, explain the systems that receive the sensory information.

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    1. Describe a specific example of a sense and describe how it can be perceived in different ways. In your response, explain the systems that receive the sensory information.

    In psychology, sensation is the first stage in the biochemical and neurologic events that begins with the impinging of a stimulus upon the receptor cells of a sensory organ, which then leads to perception, the mental state that is reflected in statements like "I see a uniformly blue wall." A sensation that might lead to that statement could include the ...

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    Describes a specific example of a sense and describes how it can be perceived in different ways. It also explains the systems that receive the sensory information.

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