Test 2 - Dan Perham 4-10 I feel that I neither will the...

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Dan Perham 4-10) I feel that I neither will the brain to action, nor does my brain will me to action. I feel that there is an even balance between how my brain and I interact. I feel that I am neither something that exists independent of my brain, nor am I something that is manufactured by the brain. I feel there is a level of harmony that exists between my brain and my body, that neither controls the other at all times, but take turns when it is needed. 4-18) I tend to not suffer from test anxiety, however there have been some instances where I was very nervous about an important test. One of the best times I remember this is when I took my ACT’s in High School. I remember being very nervous about taking these tests only because these tests would basically determine what college I would be accepted into, and the prospect of doing bad and not getting into a good college scared me. 5-4) I do not agree with the statement “If you can’t say it, you don’t know it”. I do not agree with this statement because there have been points in my life, and others I know when we understand something, but cannot explain what it means. We just have that gut feeling that you understand the topic. This does not mean that we do not understand what we are talking about, only at a loss of words to vocalize what we know. There is a distinct difference in my mind
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Test 2 - Dan Perham 4-10 I feel that I neither will the...

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