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elmut 17-11-2012
elmut - University of California (CA) - UCLA
"Emotions are both psychological and physiological. Much of the physiological activity is controlled by the autonomic nervous system’s sympathetic (arousing) and parasympathetic (calming) divisions. Our performance on a task is usually best when arousal is moderate, though this varies with the difficulty of the task."
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ekana 11-02-2013
ekana - All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Fault the central nervous system in charge of charge of the particular bodily functions not on purpose guided, such as breathing in, this pulsation, and also digestive procedures
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