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elmut 17-11-2012
"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
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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