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IMAGINATION: A PREVIEW OF LIFE’S COMING ATTRACTIONS

No matter how much money you spend upgrading your instrument panel with a new GPS flight computer and maybe EFIS, by far the most advanced computer system in your cockpit is still your own brain. In previous posts I detailed some of the incredible functions of our brain and how we can maximize our brain’s performance, or how we can be led astray by the natural tendency of our brain to react to stress and filter out noise.

You can read all of Dr. Stahl’s latest article on the AOPA website here:  https://pilot-protection-services.aopa.org/news/2018/december/01/imagination?_ga=2.48439073.623936550.1543605934-611109306.1518021844 

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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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