Week 2: Neurodevelopmental, Anxiety, And Trauma Disorders

Die Mütter
(The Mothers)

(VI From Seven Woodcuts to War), by Käthe Kollwitz, 1923-1924 (J. C. Harris, 2008)

As you learn the science of mind and behavior, reflect upon the experience of persons with mental illness. Let’s start the week by spending a couple minutes with a woodcut depicting an experience of mental illness. What do you see? Want to learn more? Follow the white rabbit.

A father tells his son the thing he regrets most about his life... Claudia Rankine

Now let’s read a poem. Read it twice. If you want to know even more, enter the rabbit hole.


Spend five minutes exploring population-health datasets to understand the experience of mental illness locally, nationally, and internationally.

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what are you reading these days? here are some suggestions if you're feeling bookish

Now let's play a game

Learn this week’s material with a few hands of Memory. Match the cards as fast as you can. Once a match is confirmed you will have an opportunity to learn about the topic. Don’t like games?

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