Nickel says that the use of 'comprise' is somewhat amiss here.
A person comprises five senses through which he receives information would sound more natural to me, as in The house comprises three bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen, and a living room. There are other senses, such as the sense of balance, through which we may say a person does not "receive information".
"Is comprised of" as well as the Greek "αποτελείται από" describe the totality of a person and therefore are both (totally) wrong.
The use of "διαθέτει" (for "comprises" in both the examples above) is highly recommended. :-}