Suzy's dream

Suzy's dream
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  • Suzy was riding her bike for the very first time today! 
  • She didn't see the pebble in front of her bike's wheel! She fell off her bike and hurt her head. 
  • Suzy's mom heard Suzy crying by using her Cochlea or her inner ear to hear Suzy crying and used her Somatic Nervous System to voluntarally run to Suzy. Her mom called an ambulance to take Suzy to the hospital.
  • The doctor tells Suzy's mom that Suzy hurt her head a lot and needs to get a lot of rest. 
  • They leave Suzy to rest and she starts to slip into REM Sleep, slipping Suzy into a deep sleep where she begins to have a weird dream. 
  • SUPER SUZY!!!
  • Super Suzy has the ability to fly and use her Cognitive Map to make a mental representation of the environment around her. She is Modeled after one of Suzy's favorite superhero shows who flys as well.
  • One day, when Super Suzy was making sure all was well in her town she came across some robbers robbing a bank.
  • Super Suzy uses her Fluid Intelligence to quickly think about chasing after the robbers.
  • Super Suzy didn't stop going after them as they ran away because of her Intrinsic Motivation. That is the reason Super Suzy is so super, she helps the town because it makes her feel good. 
  • Even though the robbers got away, Super Suzy now has a Drive or need of fulfillment to capture them. Her Superego makes sure she brings justice because it is morally right.
  • Meanwhile, the robbers were very happy that they got away with all the money. They have to be careful though, in case someone sees them
  • As night begins to come Super Suzy starts feeling tired and collapses on the road. 
  • Suzy wakes up in the hospital and forgets where she is because she has Anterograde Amnesia. She doesn't remember how she got there and why she's there.
  • Suzy's mom tries to help Suzy Recall or remember how she fell off her bike and hit her head.
  • Later, Suzy falls asleep again while trying to remember things.  ... Super Suzy starts to wake up again
  • Super Suzy wakes up with a lot of of people around her. They tell her that the robbers ran by with more money but no one did anything due to the Bystander Effect thinking someone else would step in and help.  
  • Super Suzy thanks the crowd for the information and uses the  G Factor to solve her problem to predict her performance. 
  • Meanwhile, the robbers change their Identification and become someone else to blend in with the crowd in hopes to rob a store. 
  • Super Suzy uses the Place Theory to note that those two people are talking quietly about robbing this store. 
  • The robbers quickly hide their backpack thinking Super Suzy doesn't have Object Permanence but she does and can see the bag behind them.
  • Super Suzy takes the bag full of money from the robbers and uses her Limbic System to control her emotions of excitement before the police show up.
  • The robbers go to jail and lose their identity by not being called by their names and become Deindividulized. 
  • Everyone was happy for Super Suzy, saying she breaks Gender Typing by not being the traditional feminine role in society. 
  • When Suzy wakes up, she is in her own bed at home. She sits there and Thinks Critically about how she got there and why she feels normal.
  • Suzy's mom tells Suzy that she has been sleeping all day and when Suzy asks about the backpack in the corner of the room, her mom says she is Hallucinating, meaning that she is seeing things that aren't there.  
  • After Suzy talks with her mom, she uses Confirmation Bias to conclude that she never rode her bike today and was never in the hospital either. 
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