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You Smell with your body, not just your nose
Physiologist Jennifer Pluznick explains how our bodies use olfactory sensors in some pretty unexpected places — like your muscles, kidneys and even your lungs.
Disruptions or shifting in attention occurs when a person is presented with a rapid series of images or when concentration shifts from one subject to another. Activity of neurons in the visual cortex are momentarily disrupted and some visual information is lost …
‘Mind’s eye blink’ proves ‘paying attention’ is not just a figure of speech
Visually-Evoked Auditory Response (vEAR)
A subtle form of synaesthesia – the triggering of one sense by another – were some people report hearing moving objects even though they don’t make a sound.
Why some people can hear this silent gif