Robinson, Sarita Jane and Bridges, Nikola Jane (2011) Survival : mind and brain. The Psychologist, 24 (1). pp. 30-33.
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It is possible that you might face a life-threatening situation today – modern life is full of risks from crossing the road, to being involved in a large-scale terrorist attack. How would you react? Could your reactions influence your chances of survival? Or is survival just down to luck? It is true that some factors affecting your survival, such as blocked fire exits or the lack of working safety equipment are out of your personal control. However, it is also true that individual psychological and physiological responses to threat can greatly influence your survival chances. This article considers what goes on in mind and brain when we strive to survive.
|Additional Information:||'First published in The Psychologist, vol.11 no.1,January 2012. Published by The British Psychological Society|
|Subjects:||Biological sciences > Psychology|
|Schools:||College of Clinical & Biomedical Sciences > School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences|
|Deposited By:||Helen Cooper|
|Deposited On:||03 Aug 2010 16:53|
|Last Modified:||17 May 2016 12:20|
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