mental health

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Dissociative Identity Disorder: Sense of Self, Social Stigmatization, and the Question of Definition

Senior Seminar in Biology and Society
September 29, 2009
Anna Dela Cruz

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Sense of Self, Social Stigmatization, and the Question of Definition
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Effects of Caffeine

 
 
Caffeine, The Wonder Drug?

Neurodiversity: Resources

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Neurodiversity
Resources
Suggestions for additions are welcomed in the forum below.
 
On Serendip
Learning "From the Inside": A Neurodiverse World, a book commentary
The Slippery Brain Sodality, a book club

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Neurodiversity

Learning from "From the Inside":
A Neurodiverse World

Paul Grobstein
August 2009

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Loopiness: conflict, humanness, and the universe

I've been thinking a lot this summer not only about my own story of myself but also about some general ways of thinking about ... selves, interpersonal relations, inquiry, humanity, and our relation to the universe.  Central to all is has been the notion of "looping," a recurrent and infinitely extended process in which existing structures and forms interact with each other and with an underlying persistent randomness to generate new structures and forms.    

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Future reading

Suggestions from the group: Bob Dylan (Chronicles), Ramachandran (New Yorker article, others?), Oliver Sacks (Uncle Tungsten: Memories of a Chemical Boyhood), Joseph Heller (Catch-22)


I'd like to add: Donna Williams - she has a series of autobiographies about her experiences living with autism, including vivid descriptions of her inner world. Titles include: Nobody Nowhere, Somebody Somewhere, Like Color to the Blind, and Everday Heaven.


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