Talk:Postcentral gyrus

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vision is dependent upon? chemoreceptors,photoreceptors, thermoreceptors,or mechanoreceptors

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Do you guys know how freaking disturbing that homunculus is?! Please, can we change it to something a little less CREEPY?!

"Sensory homunculus of the human brain" picture[edit]

Is the "Sensory homunculus of the human brain" picture correct? Where is the big hand? Also, I guess there should be only one arm and half face on one side of the brain, isn't it? Took 05:49, 26 July 2006 (UTC)