Subject: The ticklingreflex: wht´s it´s evolutionary value, + You CAN tickle yoursel
Date: Tue May 1 14:38:36 2001
Posted by Mikael
Grade level: undergrad
School: college (engineering and psychology)
City: Borås State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: General Biology
What happens when you react to tickling and what´s it evolutionary value (if it
has one). I don´t know if I have sent the question to the right scientists, but
I think so. I know it´s psychological (a surprise-effect), but the "reflexes"
are there anyway, even when you tickle yourself, e.g. under the foot. WHY??
What´s the purpose??
Thank you for a great job!!!
Re: The ticklingreflex: wht´s it´s evolutionary value, + You CAN tickle yoursel
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