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Author: Frances Halton
ISBN13: 978-0745152141
Title: How Our Senses Work (Invisible World)
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Category: Medicine
Publisher: Cherrytree Books (April 1, 1994)
Pages: 32

How Our Senses Work (Invisible World) by Frances Halton

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Woven into eight parts, Coming to Our Senses uses anecdotes and stories from Kabat-Zinn's own life experiences and work in his clinic to illustrate healing possibilities. At its core, the book offers remarkable insight into how to use the five senses - touch, hearing, sight, taste, and smell, plus awareness itself - as a path to a healthier, saner, and more meaningful life

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We use our senses to gather and respond to information about our environment, which aids our survival. Each sense provides different information which is combined and interpreted by our brain. Which sense is dominant varies between different animals, as well as which is the most sensitive. Build on the previous activity by exploring how senses work together. Determine the success of our ability to correctly identify samples of food when sensory input is limited. Food samples may include: pieces of orange, carrot, celery, cantaloupe, potato, apple, pear, banana, etc. Place each sample in a paper bag.