Name an unconditioned reflex, the nerve center of which is located in the midbrain.

The midbrain is a direct continuation of the medulla oblongata. The gray matter in it is in the form of nuclei, through which the arcs of unconditioned reflexes pass.

The most famous innate reflexes associated with the work of this part of the central nervous system are orientation reflexes, that is, a reaction to any new stimulus. For example, you are reading a book intently, not noticing anything around. But, be sure to raise your head when you hear an unusual sound outside the window, even if it is not loud.

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