Psychologist explains how brains respond in a crisis

10/9/2012 | ABC (Australia)

The human brain switches into survival mode during an emergency, and rational thought and normal decision-making are essentially "offline," explains Rob Gordon, a consultant psychologist who works with the Red Cross Emergency Services. Gordon recommends using calm periods of time to draft emergency survival plans, which should include a list of important items to save and what other necessary steps in the event of a fire or other catastrophe.

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