5. Sensory Modulation: Part 1.
Now this is exciting! Get ready to dive into discussing sensory modulation, a very unique and incredibly important topic. We use the following hand out to help guide our thinking.
Here are the references for this episode If anyone is looking to follow up on their readings on a range of topics.
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