involuntary response

involuntary response

a reaction of INVOLUNTARY MUSCLE brought about by mechanisms not under the control of the will.
References in classic literature ?
Such involuntary responses we know as 'reflex' acts.
Pupil diameter is an involuntary response to how hard the brain is "working" and is used as an indirect measure of cognitive effort.
The involuntary response of pupil dilation is an indicator of how hard the brain is working and an indirect measure of cognitive effort.
Mrs Gosling is going into schools close to where her son died to speak to pupils about what happened in a bid to educate them about the body's shortterm involuntary response to sudden immersion in cold water.
He described "Norte," which took the top spot on his list, as a "work of philosophical and spiritual origami [with] a degree of artistry that provokes an involuntary response.
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Dr Bavikatte, a consultant at The Walton Centre in Liverpool, said: "The blinking could either be an involuntary response or a voluntary response to the brain tests.
The teller feels superior both to the butt of the joke, and to the listeners in whom he created the involuntary response of laughter.
A The Babinski reflex is an involuntary response to the stimulation of the outside of the sole of the foot.
It is now an involuntary response for some people, like belching after a good meal.
Walton - an experienced official - must have realised that Turner was simply panicked into an involuntary response.
In other words, his "judgment" of good or evil is nothing more than an involuntary response to brain chemistry.