Friday, December 14, 2007

So Funny HAHA.

here's an email conversation between my cognitive/biological psychology lecturer and i:

On 13/12/07 17:00, "Keshia, Kan" wrote:

dear sir,

i do not understand the meaning of question number 3 in the recent lab report. "describe and explain the neurophysiology of the EEG".

did you want a description of the EEG or what the EEG measures?

yr help is greatly appreciated.

blessings,
keshia


and this is what he said:


Dear Keisha,

What is the definition of neurophysiology?


Best,

Neil




FIRSTLY!
he can't even spell my name!

SECONDLY!
neurophysiology: the study of the CNS (Central Nervous System).

now tell me.
HOW DOES AN EEG MACHINE HAVE A BRAIN AND SPINE????
all you bio cleverites out there, please advise, because CLEARLY, my lecturer isn't going to -_- and i'm already blind to what he's trying to say!

does he mean HOW the EEG studies the CNS??
does he? does he????

sigh.

2 comments:

tsun83 said...

it's how the EEG measures what it measures. i.e. (i think la)...how the waves translate to patterns in the brain and so on. and how the technique reflects what is going on in the brain. this is my limited contribution!

keShia* said...

su ann: hmmmm! okay thanks! but i still don't know where and how to find the answers because i have nil resources! grr!