Essay on the Classification of Human Traditional Senses

Essay on the Classification of Human Traditional Senses

by Adrian Spârlac


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While working on the development order of the human senses in the embryonic phase, the author came up against a major problem regarding the ontogenesis of taste and smell senses of the embryo within the amniotic sac. According to many scientists, a baby drinks and even breathes the amniotic fluid while in there... Well, what if that is not quite true?

The author comes with highly engaging arguments that seriously put into question this theory, and this way, it offers a new perspective to look at this matter. As well in this book, readers will find how emotions influence the motor reaction speed; how fight, freeze and fleeing modes work; get to know the relationship between instinctive and rational thinking and many more other interesting things.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781788783477
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd.
Publication date: 11/30/2018
Pages: 106
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

Adrian Spârlac is the author of Essay on the Classification of Human Traditional Senses. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. His passion for neuroscience and medicine led him to this fascinating piece of work that raises many questions and offers new perspectives on the development of human senses in the prenatal and postnatal period. This book will be a journey of discovery, openness to research, and results that tell us it's time for a new paradigm... It's time to reconsider the way we think about some basic elements of life - conception and survival.

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