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Knowing your own heart: Distinguishing interoceptive accuracy from interoceptive awareness - Open access January Autonomic nervous system activity in emotion: A review July What's wrong with fear conditioning? Exercise reduces depression and inflammation but intensity matters March The role of reward circuitry and food addiction in the obesity epidemic: An update January Is alexithymia characterised by impaired interoception?
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These'characteristics'are'controlled'by'the'particular'opsin'a' photoreceptor'contains;'different'opsins'absorb'particular'wavelengths' more'readily.
Over'sixty'years'ago,'Hartline' 'discovered'that'the'frog'retina' Red! The'peak'sensitivities'of'the'three'types'of'cones'are'approximately''nm' organization'of'their'receptive'fields'into'contrasting'center'and' blue? Genetic'defects'in'color'vision'appear'to'result'from'anomalies'in'one' or'more'of'the'three'types'of'cones.
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Perception of Form role! The'analysis'of'visual'information'that'leads'to'the'perception'of'form'begins' objects.! These'neurons'send'information'to'area'V2'that'is'then'relayed'to'the' i. In'primates'the'recognition'of'visual'patterns'and'identification'of'particular' cannot! We'need'to'know'not'only'what'things'are,'but'also'where'they'are' three? Without'the'ability'to'perceive'the'direction'and'velocity'of'movement' ' of'objects,'we'would'have'no'way'to'predict'where'they'will'be.