What Is a Spatial Reflex?

A spatial reflex isn't a single reflex but rather a coordinated set of reflexes. Your spatial sense is your ability to perceive where you are in space. Many of the reflexes in this set are referenced in the saying, "A cat always lands on his feet." It is a commentary on an almost innate ability to understand our environment spatially. BalanceLike spatial reflexes, balance is a set of physiology inputs and responses, some of which are reflexes---in other words, they're done without forethought. It is not as broad a set of reflexes, but many systems are involved. Perhaps the most notable is the role of our inner ear. Three fluid-filled tubes tell us where we are in relationship to the force

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