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Do People React Better In Critical Situations?

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Started: 7/16/2018 Category: Society
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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I do believe that people react better in critical situations than normal. Those in tough situations occasionally put themselves to the test and use their own knowledge and common sense to avoid getting themselves in trouble. Take floods for example. Most people would find a way to avoid drowning into the water. Flash floods give them little time to react until the water spills into houses. Most people would know that the roof is the best path of survival. Anywhere else would lead to drowning. It's common sense that makes situations easier.


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I am setting the points of view to why people do not react better in critical situations.
In critical situations people normally feel pressure, and as situation gets more tense, people are quickly forced to make a decision. If a person makes a decision under a lot of pressure and limited amount of time, its is very likely that that decision would be incorrect.
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