What does it mean if a child has an involuntary action such as shrugging?
It means something
Yes. If you try with all your mental capabilities, can you make your heart stop? Can you just tell your heart..."hey, speed up". If you cannot do this it is involuntary. A voluntary action is something you can control and is something that you mean to do. Blinking of the eyelids is both voluntary and involuntary.
It means that you have free will and are able to make a conscious decision to take a specific action. The opposite is involuntary, and that means you have no conscious control of the action. An example could be the act of digestion is involuntary and the act of taking a walk down the street is voluntary behavior.
It would be better to ask what part(s) control voluntary action. In general, everything is involved with involuntary actions. If you mean muscle activity (actions), then the typical answer is the involuntary nervous system, specifically the autonomic nervous system, in which there are two main parts (as determined by nervous transmitters and function). (For example, the Sympathetic nervous system.) But there are chemical responses controled too.
Voluntary means you will do something cooperatively, where involuntary means you are forced to do something against your will. adjective adjective: involuntary 1. done without will or conscious control. "she gave an involuntary shudder" synonyms: spontaneous, instinctive, unconscious, unintentional, uncontrollable; More reflex, automatic; informalknee-jerk "an involuntary urge" antonyms: deliberate (especially of muscles or nerves) concerned in bodily processes that are not under the control of the will.
well involuntary muscles are muscles you can't control. like your heart. obviously you want your heart to move so it can keep you alive. so i guess yeah they do. but if you mean it like can you will your involuntary muscles to stop moving, no you cannot. they will continue moving unless interrupted(death, illness, etc...)
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the muscles in your digestive system would be called involuntary muscles. involuntary muscles mean that they work without you telling them to. your heart is another example. every second of your life, you don't need to tell your heart to beat, it does it by itself. the muscles that help us move are voluntary. we tell them to move. they cant move on their own.
Can the mother take the child out of state after she has been served with by the sheriff for legitimation?
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It means that you naturally move your arm with out thinking that your going to move it. There are two types of muscles; voluntary muscles and involuntary muscles. Voluntary muscles are muscles that you think about to move sometimes and involuntary muscles are muscles that you don't think about moving. An example of an involuntary muscle would be your heart and an example of a voluntary muscle would be your arm even though you don't…