Respondent behavior is when an organism responds to stimuli and is often vital to its survival. It’s also an involuntary action, like when our pupils change shape after being exposed to sunlight, in order to prevent the sun from rendering us blind. Examples of some functions of respondent behavior are internal organ self-regulation, like the heartbeat, sweating, sleeping, and sexual arousal.
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