When Sherrington Measured The Reaction Time Of A Reflex I E The Delay Between St

When sherrington measured the reaction time of a reflex (i.e., the delay between stimulus and response), he found that the response occurred faster after a strong stimulus than after a weak one. explain this finding. remember that all action potentials—whether produced by strong or weak stimuli—travel at the same speed along a given axon?

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