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Changes in perception occur in response to the type of stimulation experienced. This process continues throughout life, which is why a person can learn new skills, new concepts and completely new ways of thinking about things. Sensory stimulation concerning size, spatial relations, sounds, textures, taste, pain, comfort and a myriad of other experiences is collected and catalogued in the central nervous system. These records of experience can be thought of as 'maps' which can be compared and integrated.