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What does Fatigued mean?
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Fatigued means physical or mental weariness resulting from exertion.
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If you are parking with a manual transmission vehicle, shift to _________ before turning off the engine User: wgat is the stimulus reaction time
Weegy: Answer is: Is a part of speech that expresses existence, action, or occurrence in most languages. Thank you! Stimulus – Response: Reaction Time Problem: To observe the process of stimulus – response. [ Background Information: Your body reacts to your environment because of your NERVOUS SYSTEM. Any internal or external change that causes a RESPONSE is called a STIMULUS. Coordinated movements of the human body do not happen by themselves. Movements are controlled by the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM - the brain, spinal column, and nerves. The central nervous system gets information from the outside through special systems called senses. (sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell). Your body has SENSORY RECEPTORS that produce electrical impulses and respond to stimuli, such as changes in temperature, sound, pressure, and taste. The basic units of the nervous system are nerve cells, or NEURONS. A neuron is made up of a CELL BODY and branches called DENDRITES and AXONS. Dendrites receive messages from other neurons and send them to the cell body. Axons carry messages away from the cell body. Any message carried by a neuron is called an IMPULSE. There are three types of neurons — SENSORY NEURONS, MOTOR NEURONS, and INTERNEURONS—that transport impulses. • Sensory neurons receive information and send impulses to the brain or spinal cord. • Interneurons relay these impulses to motor neurons. • Motor neurons then move impulses from the brain or spinal cord to muscles or glands throughout your body. REACTION TIME is a measure of how quickly you can respond to a given stimulus ] (More)
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