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Physiology of emotion – Intro to Psychology

When we experience different emotions, different parts of our body respond differently. Many of the bodily systems involve the autonomic nervous system, which includes a sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. As you may recall from lesson three, the sympathetic nervous system is the arousal system. It readies the body for action, whereas the parasympathetic nervous […]

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Pacinian’s Corpuscle and Merkel’s Disk | Integumentary system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

The next mechanoreceptor is called Pacinian’s Corpuscle. Pacinian’s, this is another corpuscle. Another body we’re going to talk about right here. And again, we’ll have some external stimulus right here. Could be somebody poking you, or some other type of stimulus that’s transmitted deep into our skin. Pacinian’s corpuscle will respond. It looks like this. […]

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VFS 2019 Tutorials 1 & 2 Overview of Anatomy & Physiology, Production & Perception of Voice

about emotion and other components that are essential to our ability to phone 8 and that includes speaking as well as singing in a meaningful and engaging and fashion total body effort is obvious when you look at a singer that's Springsteen for those of you with the room who have gray hair he's a […]

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Harry Heft – The ecological approach to perception & action

secondly as as America suggested although the basis of my I of the talk is Gibson's ecological psychology there are it there the the the phrase ecological psychology is a source of some confusion because there in fact three different psychologists in the United States who've used that phrase to describe their work and those […]

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