Exam One Study Guide

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23.

You come home one night to find a burglar in your house. Your heart starts racing and you begin to perspire. These physical reactions are triggered by the

A)

somatic nervous system.

B)

sympathetic nervous system.

C)

parasympathetic nervous system.

D)

sensory cortex.

Answer:
b) sympathetic nervous system

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