Here is a picture from http://www.pilotfriend.com.
~Mechanoreceptors that gives body position
~Allows one to touch their nose with eyes shut
Yes, this is a picture of the skin, but that is because cutaneous receptors are in the skin. This picture was found at http://upload.wikimedia.org.
~Receptors of the skin
~Dermis layer of the skin contains the cutaneous receptors, making the skin
sensitive to touch, pressure, pain, and temperature
Last but not least are the pain receptors (located in the skin). This picture is from http://www.instruct1.cit.cornell.edu.
~Also called nociceptors
~Sensitive to chemicals released by damaged tissue
~Referred pain: stimulation of internal pain receptors is felt as skin pain as well as
Conclusion: That concludes a deeper look at some of the receptors in our body. Next up, for the next few, we will be taking a look at the different senses we experience. These are sometimes known as "the five senses." We will not be discussion touch though.