Once upon a time in a not so far away land, there was a girl named Eunice. She was walking home from school through the deep dark woods and something bad happened. As she was walking she saw a big bad bear. The bear growled at her. Eunice`s brain started thinking. Her amygdala started thinking, She did the fight, freeze flight response. She did the flight response and ran. But as she was running she fell on a log and smacked her head on the ground. Later some joggers found her and took her to the hospital. At the hospital the doctors found out she fractured her hippocampus. This means that she may not be able to remember anything! Her hippocampus controls and stores all the memories. It also controls your thoughts and transfers them to your prefrontal cortex. Your prefrontal cortex does your decision making. It matures at the age of 18. When Eunice woke up her amygdala made her scared. That's because the amygdala also controls your emotions. So anyways, after the doctors told her everything she found out she only lost a little of her memory. Just the moments when she was in the deep dark woods. So after that Eunice lived happily ever after. The End!