THE ANATOMICAL REVIEW – REGISTRATION Lights enters the eye and is refracted by the cornea. The light then passes through the pupil and is further refracted by the lens. An inverted image is then projected onto the retina. The retina consists of rods and cones – called photoreceptor cells. Rods are found in the periphery…

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Sensory registration Our senses gather information from our surroundings, this is called sensory registration. This information is registered through our senses that include seeing, touching, hearing, smelling, tasting, proprioception and our vestibular system. Sensory discrimination This term is used to describe the awareness of the temporal and spatial characteristics of the sensory input we gather…

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