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Eleanor suffered severe stroke damage near the rear of both sides of her brain where her feature detection cells are located. she is unable to:
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The process of detecting the natural stimuli by a person’s nervous system is called elemental sensing. Detected cells are the feature of the group of neurons or individual neurons that are the code for any specific significant stimuli. The feature-sensing cells located close to the back of a person’s brain, when damaged, will disable the person’s ability to detect movements.
Hence, the answer is ‘movements cannot be detected’.