brain, spinal cord, nerve(s), nervous system, synapse
eye(s), eyesight, sight, seeing, vision, visual perception, optical, image, light, colour
ear(s), hear, hearing, auditory, audition, sound, vibration
tongue, taste, gustation, flavour, sweet, bitter, salt, sweet, umami
nose, smell, olfaction, scent
skin, touch, feel, tactile
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There are many books about the brain, optical illusions and other topics relevant to this project, on display in the in the Secondary library - come and have a look!