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Sight, smell, touch, hearing, taste.
Vision Smell Touch Hear Taste And they kinda speak for themselves There are actually a total of 9 senses the other 4 not being too well known, there is also Thermoception - s…ense of heat (or its absense) on the skin Equilibrioception - sense of balance Nociception - perception of pain from the skin, joints & body organs - this does not include the brain - the brain feels no pain Proprioception - "body awareness" this is the unconscious knowledge of where our body parts are without being able to see or feel them
12? well there is debated to be up to 21 depending on what you class as a different sense but 12 examples are: Taste; Smell; Hearing; Sight (the obvious ones); Temperature o…n touch; Texture on touch; Firmness on touch; Temperature of surroundings; Humidity of surroundings; Hunger; Internal temperature; Pain. So clearly seeing dead people is not the sixth sense, more like 13th or even 22nd! there are only 5 senses taste touch smell hear and feel that's it and u cant see dead people only people who died
five senses: sense of sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing.
No, the body has Six senses. They are Sight, Hearing, Touch, Taste, Smell, and Balance! ~Kasiah2000
Touch see taste smell and hear
The five senses : * Taste - lets you taste your food (helps determine edibility or safety of consumed food) * Smell- detects the presence of food, or dangerous substanc…es, or other animals or people * Hearing (and speech) - detects nearby animals or objects, and allows verbal communication * Touch - determines the characteristics of an object, allows grasping tools, and controlling physical motions * Sight - observes the vicinity's objects and places, and to some extent characteristics and distance
sight, smell, taste, touch, hearing
5 Most children are taught that the human body has five senses: sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. But many neurologists identify nine or more senses, and some… list as many as 21. The widely recognized senses are these 7We have 7 senses. Sight Hearing Smell Taste Touch The other two are the VESTIBULAR and the KINESTHETIC The Kinesthetic sense lets us know what position our body is in. For instance, if you were in a dark room and held up five fingers, without seeing them, you would know you are holding up five fingers. The Vestibular sense lets us know what direction we are facing (upside down or right-side up). For instance, if you are hanging upside down, your body knows that by the vestibular fluids running up to your head (the sensation of "blood rushing to your head"). Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_senses_do_you_have#ixzz1NrJxNa8h
The five basic senses are; smelling, tasting, seeing, hearing, and touch
Actually there are only five. Touch, smell, hear, taste, and sight. Answer. There are between nine and twenty-one human senses. The number is not definite as many researchers… have their own definitions. The generally accepted nine senses are: touchtastesmellsighthearingthermoception (the ability to feel temperature) nociception (the ability to feel pain) equilibrioception (the ability to sense your body's balance) proprioception (the abiity to know how your body parts are oriented) Hunger and thirst are also sometimes included.
All five senses are fully engaged and activated during a war, so all five would send information to the brain to cause a reaction.
The five senses of human beings are sight, taste, smell, touch and hearing. The five senses enable human beings to learn about the environment around them.
You have your nose, your eyes, your ears, your tongue and the skin, which receive the information from the out side world. You do not receive the complete information of the o…utside world from these senses. For example the dog can receive much more information from it's nose, though not all the information! But then complete information may create problem of processing the same. From these information you interpret the out side world rather efficiently. For example you call the smallest spot as point. Though you know that the subatomic particles are smallest. You can not see them. You can not guess the actual size of the same. You bring these very small things to your visual level and then interpret the same. The stars are distant objects and you can not make out the closer star from the distant star very correctly. For example you perceive very small part of the electromagnetic spectrum and very happy about the same.