Thursday, April 30, 2020


Definitely one of the more interesting parts of that lecture that caught my attention was how different things can affect your performance/reaction time. Like how in the graph on one of the slides it showed the difference between how more amounts of caffeine induced quicker reaction time, whereas with higher levels of anxiety people had slower reaction times. What comes to mind with why this would be is that with anxiety, people tend to be more in their heads and scattered all over the place-- so they won't react to things on time and probably lag behind, whereas with caffeine in their systems they are probably more "on the ball" and alert.

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