Bob is not a big fan of biology. Don’t get me wrong, he has his favorite things to do in life. He loves sports, playing action video games, and in school, his favorite subjects are art and music. But he is now taking a course in biology that leaves him absolutely cold. This week’s assignment involves reading a chapter that explains how the human body works, including how the digestive system works, how the heart and lungs work, how the immune system works, and how the eyes and ears work. As Bob looks over the chapter he is overcome with an impending sense of boredom. Bob’s plan is to sit down somewhere and just power through this awful task of reading a biology chapter. In short, his plan is to not get emotionally involved with the task—just get it over with.