Covers how sensory neurons in the skin sense pain, pressure, and temperature.
A basic look at some of the human senses and the pathway that an action potential takes from the receptor to the effector.
The sensory cortex, as represented in red, behind the central groove of the brain is the primary area for the interpretation of incoming sensory information. Watch to learn more about the sensory cortex and its role.
Reviews how sensory neurons in the skin sense pain, pressure, and temperature.
Seems when Lewis Carroll wrote "Through the Looking Glass", he drew on some personal experiences.