1. Differentiate between special and general sensation.
2. Diagram the special senses for vision, hearing, and equilibrium.
3. Compare and contrast rods and cones.
4. Outline the biochemistry of rods.
5. Define refraction and describe the errors and corrective measures in treatment.
6. Describe the biomechanics of of accomodation.
7. Describe the physiology of hearing.
8. Compare and constrast the anatomy and physiology of dynamic and static equilibrium.
9. List the cranial nerves associated with the individual special senses.
10. Categorize the sensation of taste according to shape and modality.
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