In touch with the world

United States, 1982

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Episode of Series “The Human senses”.
Explains the functions of the human skin as a sense organ and the ability of the receptors to differentiate between at least five different kinds of sensations - touch, pressure, heat, cold and pain. Shows how the sense of touch has contributed to human development and adaptation of the human species to its environment.


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James B. Maas and David H. Gluck Productions

National Geographic Society







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