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Things reflex often describes (“reflex ________”)
action, actions, activity, irritation, movements, response, irritability, manner, stimulation, arc, changes, epilepsy, contraction, responses, inhibition, movement, influence, arcs, bradycardia, effects, phenomena, behavior, spasm, contractions, acts, theory, test, symptoms, paralysis, effect, strength, withdrawal, causes, influences, latency, amplitude, pain, cough, mechanism, consciousness, camera, vomiting, spasms, control, deglutition, bronchoconstriction, micturition, mechanisms, regulation, cameras, act, function, therapy, testing, activation, reaction, threshold, enclosure, excitability, tachycardia, dilatation, vasoconstriction, incontinence, gain, points, reactions, approbation, thresholds, motor, physiology, excitation, seizures, paraplegia, motion, neuroses, iridoplegia, constriction, modification, fashion, syncope, closure, irritations, anuria, pattern, afferents, disturbances, adaptation, erections, tone, conditioning, emptying, suppression, relaxation

Descriptive words:
conditioned, corneal, ocular, orienting, red, tonic, pupillary, spinal, acoustic, simple, light, normal, monosynaptic, unconditioned, conditional, cremasteric, protective, automatic, patellar, down, absent, defensive, direct, positive, salivary, bulbocavernosus, gastrocolic, oculocardiac, myotatic, abdominal, consensual, mere, jerk, psychogalvanic, anal, peristaltic, nervous, abnormal, deep, involuntary, pure, near, stapedius, sympathetic, called, fundus, ejection, labyrinthine, nociceptive, foveal, primitive, biceps, asymmetrical, pharyngeal, triceps, cardiac, exaggerated, laryngeal, inhibitory, oculocephalic, hyperactive, intact, alimentary, diminished, postural, rectoanal, conjunctival, cutaneous, galvanic, asymmetric, arterial, physiological, ejaculatory, extensor, autonomic, stretch, sensory, weak, plantar, polysynaptic


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See reflex used in context: 8 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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