Sensory Cortex

Sensory Cortex

The sensory cortex is an umbrella term that encompasses all the senses: sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Although many different sections in the brain are responsible for each particular sense, such as the occipital lobe for visual acuity, the sensory cortex is a blanket term used to refer to all of the senses.

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