Week learning objective: Analyze the contributions of sensory receptors, neurological structures, and neuroreceptors to the completion of an everyday activity using a virtual dissection tool (aligned with CLO 2 and 6)Resources:Bio Digital Human virtual dissection tool: https://human.biodigital.com/loginYour textbook (chapters 2 and 5): https://laulima.hawaii.eduBrain dissection walkthrough: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aCCsRCw78gThe chemical mind crash course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4N7AlzK7sActivity example (see Assignment details in Laulima)Rubric (see Assignment details in Laulima)Instructions for using Bio Digital Human and screenshotting (see Assignment details in Laulima)In this activity, you will be completing a virtual dissection using a human simulator. This activity will help you become familiar with the parts of the brain and sensory organs covered in chapters 2 and 5.Instructions for completing activity:Save this document with your last name (for example, Virtual Dissection Activity_Gearhart)Pick one of the activities listed below and bold it:Drinking a cup of hot coffeeReading your textbookHugging your best friendTalking to your parentsPetting a dogRiding a bicycleWatching a horror movieListening to musicAccidentally cutting your hand while cookingLearning a new route homeRiding in an elevatorWhat neurotransmitters are involved in completing this activity? List each neurotransmitter, describe its function in your own words, and explain how it is used in this particular activity.Use Bio Digital Human (instructions attached in the Assignments tab) for completing the next two questions:What sensory organs and receptors are involved in completing this activity? Include a screenshot (Instructions included in the Bio Digital instructions activity) of each from Bio Digital Human and a description of how this organ and receptors are used in this activity.What parts of the brain are involved in completing this activity? Include a screenshot of each and a description of the function of this part of the brain in your own words and how it is used to complete this activity.