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Epi. 1: Sight & Sound (Seeing Sense, Sound Sense) | Epi. 2: Super Scents & Beyond (Super Scents, Sixth Sense)
Epi. 3: Making Sense (Sense of Timing, Making Sense)
Sense relates to any of the systems and corresponding organs involved in sensation, i.e. the physical process of responding to stimuli and providing data for perception. During sensation, sense organs collect stimuli for transduction. Sensation and perception are fundamental to nearly every aspect of cognition, behavior and thought. In organisms, a sensory organ consists of a group of interrelated sensory cells that respond to a specific type of physical stimulus. Via cranial and spinal nerves, the different types of sensory receptor cells (mechanoreceptors, photoreceptors, chemoreceptors, thermoreceptors) in sensory organs transduct sensory information from sensory organs towards the central nervous system, to the sensory cortices in the brain, where sensory signals are further processed and interpreted (perceived). Sensory systems, or senses, are often divided into external (exteroception) and internal (interoception) sensory systems. Sensory modalities or sub modalities refer to the way sensory information is encoded or transduced. Multimodality integrates different senses into one unified perceptual experience. For example, information from one sense has the potential to influence how information from another is perceived. Sensation and perception are studied by a variety of related fields, most notably psychophysics, neurobiology, cognitive psychology, and cognitive science.