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What are the differences between reflexes and drives?

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Reflexes are immediate, automatic reactions to the happening around humans. Drive is an urge to reduce some discomfort, to satisfy some feeling inside us. Reflexes are reactions to things around us and drives are reaction to things inside us.

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