(Prerequisites: PSY 1010 General Psychology, or equivalent and BIO 1030 Principles of Biology, or equivalent) The study of sensation and perception is the study of how we know that there are other objects around us (sensation) and how we identify these objects and react to them (perception). In other words, it is the study of how our brain knows what is going on in our immediate environment.
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