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What is and why do we need pain?

Hint: Caution
pain is a warning/motivation system
Caution
How do we feel pain?

Hint: Mind over matter
pain is bodily from brains
receptors interpret pain; teeth, skin, muscles, joint membraines
Mind over matter
Where do the sensor aspects of pain and judgments of pain quality come from?

Hint: tomato
somatosensory cortex
tomato
Where do you feel emotional and motivational aspects of pain?

Hint: Limbs
areas of the limbic system
limbs
Where does the higher level of emotional and motivational aspects of pain come from?

Hint: Before the front
prefrontal cortex
before the front
Pain exists by the amount of sensory neurons that can "pass through the gate"?
gate control theory
What closes the gate (in the gate control theory)

Hint: drugs man...drugs
endorphins, morphine, stres-indused analgesia belief indused analgesia, counter stimulation
drugs man...drugs
sense of body parts' position and movements.
lack of this is debilitating
proprioception
where am I?
reactions done by the brain;
select
organize
interpret

Hint: per...
perception
per...
Sensory information...how much of it?

Hint: really really fast
11,000,000 bits of info/sec
really fast
What causes the cocktail party effect (go over here,,,then over here)

Hint: ADD
Selective attention
what hyperkids are like
What causes you to see things that aren't there
(brain gives us wrong info)

Hint: Ghosts
perceptual illusions
ghosts
the whole is greater than the sum of the parts?

Hint: orginize
perceptual organization
Hint: orginize
gestalt grouping principles
(perceptual systems organize)

Hint: the best mines in goldeneye 007 64
proximity
similarity
closure
continuity
connectedness
good form
the best mines in goldeneye 007 64
depth perception;
Why do 2-D images seem 3-D to us?

Hint: 3-d glasses
images collected by retina are 2-D yet we see them 3-D because our eyes are 2.5 inches apart and when the images are combines we get 3-D
3-d glasses