anonymous
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What will happen if Richard’s friend jumps in front of him and scares him? Richard’s central nervous system will take over, and his peripheral nervous system will have a lesser role. Richard’s peripheral nervous system will take over, and his central nervous system will have a lesser role. Richard’s sympathetic nervous system will take over, and his parasympathetic nervous system will have a lesser role. Richard’s parasympathetic nervous system will take over, and his sympathetic nervous system will have a lesser role.
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richards sympathetic nervous system will take over and his parasympathetic system will have lesser role. sympathetic nervous system helps activate the physiological changes such as increase in norepinephrine and adrenaline in such situations. parasympathetic system helps maintain homeostasis after the situation by activating acetylcholine and helps relax after such situations.

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