Subject: Why is crying the natural reaction to sadness?
Date: Fri Nov 16 12:56:25 2001
Posted by Shannon
Grade level: 10-12
School: Howell High School
City: Farmingdale State/Province: NJ
Area of science: Neuroscience
In our AP Psychology class someone asked why people cried when sad or laughing
very hard. My teacher was not able to answer and sent me to the computer to
find out. Please let us know if you can what exactly the process is in the body
that causes tears to be mass-produced when you are feeling extreme emotion.
Re: Why is crying the natural reaction to sadness?
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