Sensation

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Sensation refers to the processing of senses by the sensory system; see also sensation (psychology). Sensation & perception are not to be confused. Strictly speaking sensation is when the info reaches the CNS. E.g.you see a red, spherical object. Perceptions is when you compare it with previously seen objects and you realise it is an apple.

Sensation or sensations may also refer to:

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