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The organization and interpretation of olfactory information is one example of ____________.

A) accommodation
B) perception
C) sensation
D) transduction

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Answer: B
Rationale: Sensation is the process of detecting external events by sense organs and turning those events into neural signals. In contrast, perception involves attending to, organizing, and interpreting stimuli that we sense.

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