Hey everyone, what is the medical term that explains how/why the brain shuts off (for lack of a better term) to protect someone from having a memory of a trauma (physical accident)?
Maybe a better way to ask this is: what purpose does being knocked unconscious serve in our overall physiological/psychological well being?
I know we have all had professors that stress us out… But I am looking for advice on how to handle a professor when you feel like you are not learning anything from them… Ya know, one of those professors who when you ask a question they answer by saying… “Your book explains that,” or something along those lines… UM hello!! You are supposed to TEACH me!! I pay big money to be in college! Obviously I read, but if I am asking YOU a question, it is clearly because I would like for you to TEACH me (something that still doesn’t make sense after I have read the book!) Aside from asking questions, I find myself not wanting to listen to a word this prof. says in lecture… Any advice on how to drop the (my) attitude and handle this situation?
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Can anyone out there please message me “how to”…. So my old laptop crashed… I got a new one and luckily had saved all my files to an external… I have an ipodtouch with lots of my old cds on it… How do I find the music files on my external and transfer it into itunes on my new comp? I don’t want to loose anything… I need step by step instructions which I can not find on the web… SO please can anyone help me ?
Any OB Nurses out there… SOOO for accuracy… is the ultrasound preformed for a minimum of 30 minutes every time during a BPP? (?)