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Which branch of the nervous system calms a person? a.

Myers' Psychology for AP | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9781464113079 | Authors: David G. Myers ISBN: 9781464113079 170

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Problem 10

Which branch of the nervous system calms a person? a. Central nervous system b. Sympathetic c. Parasympathetic d. Somatic e. Endocrine

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Textbook: Myers' Psychology for AP
Edition: 2
Author: David G. Myers
ISBN: 9781464113079

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