Nervous System: Special Senses
Review the nervous system via animations and pre-lab readings for the exercise. The animations will address the anatomy of the ear, the sense of hearing, the sense of sight, the sense of smell, the sense of taste, reflex arc, and the 12 cranial nerves. The pre-lab readings will reinforce the different segments of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system, the type of receptors that allow for the sense of touch and pain, and the anatomy and physiology of the remaining special sense organs.
During the lab exercise, you will learn about the pupillary light reflex and possible dysfunctions seen via this reflex. This exercise enables you to see a reflex arc in action and to describe the steps of this function of the body. Further, you will learn how the cranial nerves function by testing the cranial nerves with a partner. Finally, you will perform an exercise in which you will experience how touch, temperature, and pain are differentiated in the Testing Touch, Temperature, and Pain Perceptipn experiment.
For this assignment you must:
Answer reflex questions one through six from assignment one.
Complete the cranial nerve function testing table and questions one through four in assignment two.
Complete the blind coin differentiation table and questions one through four in assignment three.
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