Kenneth Thompson 21909857
December 3, 2014
Essentials of Psychology SSC130
. Your many amazing senses, including the sense of smell, hearing, touch, sight and taste, gather information almost twenty four seven. Though that's not your only senses, “Our bodies have five senses: touch, smell, taste, sight, hearing. But not to be overlooked are the senses of our souls: intuition, peace, foresight, trust, empathy. The differences between people lie in their use of these senses; most people don't know anything about the inner senses while a few people rely on them just as they rely on their physical senses, and in fact probably even more.” said by C. Joybell C. Our senses, both physical an emotional, are being used twenty four seven. That’s all the time, every day, all day. Every time you touch, taste, smell, hear, or see something your mind quickly takes into account how the keys on your laptop feel, how the hot piece of pizza tastes, how the fresh out of the box pizza smells, how the gooey cheese stretches in your sight, how the doorbell sounds when the pizza delivery man arrives or how your pen feels in between your fingers. After gathering this bunch of information through your many senses it’s organized into your sensory memory. "I did go on safari in Kenya when I was 17, with my mother, stepfather and little brother, and I kept a careful journal of the experience that was very helpful in terms of my sensory impressions of Africa. I have traveled quite a bit at distinct times in my life, though now that I have kids I've settled down." This is an example of a woman keeping track of her sensory memory on a trip to Africa. "I think we love bacon because it has all the qualities of an amazing sensory experience. When we cook it, the sizzling sound is so appetizing, the aroma is maddening, the crunch of the texture is so gratifying and the taste delivers every time." All of that is sensory memory, when you smell the bacon you...
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