reflex response

  1. an automatic instinctive unlearned reaction to a stimulus
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How To Use reflex response In A Sentence

  • What he found was that every bird in a particular species has certain inflexible patterns of behavior, reflex responses to very specific stimuli.
  • a reflex response to physical stimuli
  • The same event, however, can take place without a swallow as a reflex response to mechanical stimulation of the esophagus.
  • If your bite is misaligned, you will clench or grind as a reflex response, which can cause the deep facial muscle that controls the jaw to go into spasm.
  • A type of learning in which a conditioned stimulus is paired with an unconditioned stimulus to elicit a reflex response or respondent behaviour - Also referred to as Pavlovian Conditioning.
  • So in some quarters the reflex response to the presidential election of November 2004 has been to emphasise how little has changed.
  • Almost as if it were a reflex response, journalists and some scientific researchers alike blame technology and changes to family life for childhood obesity.
  • In the respiratory tract, complex reflex responses to the gastric refluxate occur in children by three mechanisms.
  • It is a complex reflex response to the stimulation of the cough receptors of the lung.
  • In conclusion, the morphologic description of the depressor nerve provides important data for further investigations of the structural basis of altered baroreflex responses in conditions such as arterial hypertension, aging, atherosclerosis, and peripheral neuropathies.
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