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objective sensation

A sensation caused by a verifiable stimulus.

primary sensation, a sensation that is the direct result of a stimulus.

Referred sensation, a sensation felt in one place in response to a stimulus applied in another.

Synonym: reflex sensation, transferred sensation.

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