Chapter 5

Terms

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A perceptual process in which memory and other cognitive processes are required for interpreting incoming sensory information.
The body senses, including body position, touch, skin, temperature, and pain.
The process of interpreting sensory information.
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our focus on a subset of input, prioritizes incoming information. However, we can sometimes be so focused that we miss important information.
Perception based on building simple input into more complex perceptions.
The theory that suggests that input from touch fibers competes with input from pain receptors, possibly preventing pain messages from reaching the brain.
The process of detecting environment stimuli or stimuli arising form the body.

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