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How does psychological research explain movement
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Most physiologists deal with reduction. They explain complex phenomena in terms of simpler ones. For example, they may explain the movement of a muscle in terms of the changes in the membranes of muscle cells, the entry of particular chemicals, and the interactions among protein molecules within these cells.

Descartes developed the first model to explain how the brain controls movement, based on the animated statues in the Royal Gardens. Subsequently, investigators tested their ideas with scientific experiments.
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