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explain the relationship between the central nerve system and the peripheral central system? how do they work together to accomplish a task?

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    The CNS consists of the brain and spinal cord, the PNS consists of the periphery nerves. A sensory stimulus is received by the PNS which is then transferred through to the CNS where, depending on the type of stimulus, cognition occurs. A motor function begins in the CNS where a person consciously decides to make a movement, a signal is sent from the CNS to the PNS where it arrives at the appropriate nerve cells to trigger the desired movement

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