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Why is transduction important to sensation?

A

It explains our diminishing sensitivity to an unchanging stimulus.

B

It causes the lens to focus light waves on the retina by changing its curvature.

C

It converts physical stimuli, such as light, into neural messages.

D

It illustrates how little information is actually consciously processed.

E

It demonstrates how our experiences and expectations affect whether we sense an object or not.

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