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Temperature affects your physiology- the reason we turn red in cold weather is because your body is attempting to shunt blood flow to your exposed areas and extremities to keep your temperature static- this is a physiological response called homeostasis. Still, there is only so much we can do- muscles and tendons will contract in colder weather. The point of this project is to quantify it- to measure physical dexterity as a function of temperature. In this case we will measure it by playing the guitar.

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Mapa Conceptual: The Effect of Ambient Temperature on the Ability to Rock and Roll

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