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An involuntary action is one which occurs without the conscious choice of an organism. If it occurs specifically in response to a stimulus, it will be known as a reflex.
Involuntary actions are opposite of voluntary actions that occur because of free will. Involuntary actions may or may not occur with the awareness of the organism performing it.
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