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By Ana Maria Rodriguez

ISBN-10: 0791089479

ISBN-13: 9780791089477

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1). This connection allows Mark’s brain to receive the sensory information Mark’s Social Side and produce specific body movements. For example, when Mark decides to climb a ladder to hang a poster on the stage, his eyes send information about the distance between the steps to the visual cortex. In response, the motor cortex sends information first to the spinal cord and then to his leg muscles to adjust the height of his feet as he climbs. Mark’s visual cortex is located on the back of his head, in the occipital lobe of his brain.

When the hypothalamus detects fear, it sends a nerve signal to the adrenal glands, located on the top of Mark’s kidneys. They respond by secreting the hormone adrenaline into the blood. Adrenaline is one of the best-known stress hormones, which quickly increases the heart rate and the breathing rate. It also increases the amount of sugar in the blood by stimulating the liver to take sugar out of storage and secrete it in the blood. 1). Mr. Mozart approached Mark’s group and gave the kids some useful advice.

In extreme cases, people have died because they did not feel pain to warn them of serious infections. Sometimes, their appendix ruptured and they did not feel any pain to signal the deadly Just Rub It When you hit your elbow on the corner of your desk, you probably rub it to make it feel better. How does rubbing an injured elbow help reduce the pain instead of making it worse? One explanation is that rubbing helps reduce pain sensations because the brain cannot pay attention to pain and rubbing signals at the same time.

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