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Unformatted text preview: Response by effector Reflex classification According to development Site of information processing Nature of resulting motor response Complexity of neural circuit Innate reflexes Result from connections that form between neurons during development Acquired reflexes Learned, and typically more complex More reflex classifications Cranial reflexes Reflexes processed in the brain Spinal reflexes Interconnections and processing events occur in the spinal cord Somatic reflexes Control skeletal muscle Visceral reflexes (autonomic reflexes) Control activities of other systems Monosynaptic reflex Sensory neuron synapses directly on a motor neuron Polysynaptic reflex At least one interneuron between sensory afferent and motor efferent Longer delay between stimulus and response...
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