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A prediction (educated guesses as to what the potential results may be) for each experiment listed below:

1) knee-jerk reflex
2) pupillary reflex (shield left eye, shine bright light into right eye, observe pupils)
3) 2-point threshold
4) temperature discrimination
5) adaptation of smell receptors
6) adaptation of hot/cold receptors
7) thumb proprioception
8) body proprioception
9) blind spot
10) field of vision
11) field of color vision
12) afterimages

  • biology 102 -

    This is all stuff that can be easily researched within a few minutes...try doing that on google or something rather than have someone else do your homework for you.

  • biology 102 -

    I've already done it, thank you. Was wondering if there were any other predictions.

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