friend believes that the five human senses—seeing, hearing, tasting,
smelling, and feeling—are independent from one another and from our
judgments of people and the world around us. Explain what is wrong with your
how an understanding of both a normally functioning brain and a split brain
enables us to better appreciate the fact that most information processing takes
place outside of conscious awareness.
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The problem with the friend is that they can not determine that the five senses are inter depended in one way or the other. this is the reason as to why he can not differentiate the fact.the normal functioning brain captures the normal activities that affect the humans whereas the slip brain enables humans to have knowledge of things that affect them unconsciously.
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could you please give a better answer and explain properly. And these are 2 different short questions, if you could answer both of them properly and if i am satisfied with the answer i might pay you to answer the rest of the 8 questions. Thank you :)
the friend has a problem of differentiating the fact that the five senses are inter depended in some way, this means that, the sight has to first get information from the brain that the ear has heard something for it to respond and cause the eyes to look into the side of the source of the sound. this means that the five senses have interdependence characteristics.
the unconscious part of the human senses is entirely depended on the split brain for it to function properly, so the rest is left to the functioning of the body depends on the normally functioning brain that is linked to the five senses of the body.