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BRAIN FREEZE: PART TWO

We left off last month talking about how our head functions to process information, or block it out, and the cognitive activities that define situational awareness (SA).

 

Continue reading Dr. Stahl’s latest post on the AOPA website here: https://pilot-protection-services.aopa.org/news/2018/november/01/brain-freeze-part-two?_ga=2.49384101.2085133484.1540830059-2087688288.1490388674

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BRAIN FREEZE: PART ONE

Brain freeze, tunnel vision, and task fixation are potential reactions to stress and are only a small part of a broader stress-related syndrome known as “tunnel senses.” Don’t get me wrong; concentrating on something is a good thing, just not to the exclusion of everything else in the environment.

Dr. Stahls latest post on the AOPA website. Continue reading it here: https://pilot-protection-services.aopa.org/news/2018/october/01/brain-freeze-part-one?_ga=2.1351345.1632687194.1539365201-2024418207.1450809335

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