- Blog 28: Reflect on the semester as a whole…
- Blog 26: Reflect on the comments you got back.
- Blog 25: reflect on your strength and weaknesses and thoughts about the web project
- Blog 24: Compare the role of the brain in Hustvedt’s novel to its role in another text
- Blog 23: Reflect on your plans fro revision , based on Feedback you received from your group
Monthly Archives: March 2013
Blog 15: Consider some ideas for your seminar project. Think about topics that will work well as a traditional essay and that can be adapted to an online format.
Some ideas I have for my senior seminar paper have to do with disorders (psychological disorders) I might want to talk about Schizophrenia just because out of the many disorders out there that one is interesting to me. I used … Continue reading
Blog 13: Damasio’s claims: Focus on one you agree with or one you disagree with (or one that confuses you).
I saw this blog and I knew exactly what I wanted to write….but then I came across this video of someone interviewing Damasio which I thought was so interesting. He answers the question that states…Where does consciousness ‘live’ in the … Continue reading
STRESS: Object Ever since I started at Queens College all that it has brought me was STRESS. It’s pretty awesome. NOT!!! I was and always will be a hard working student. I have a calendar just for school and written … Continue reading
I guess as a child I always was the one who had nightmares. My brothers seemed to have never had any, lucky them. It started when I was little; when I was around the age of 12 I was obsessed … Continue reading
Overall I liked the book The Shaking Woman OR History Of my nerves by Siri Hustvedt. Something interesting that I learned from this book is that whatever she was going through. The condition that she had, she had evidence and … Continue reading
Blog:9 recount and analyze a dream of your own in the style of Freud. Did the method work for you? Strengths and limitations?
It was about 4ish in the afternoon when I went on a walk with my little brother. He was riding his bike and I told him to slow down because we were on a busy street and the cars were … Continue reading
Both of my parents were born and raised in India so when they moved to American in 1980’s it was very difficult for them to communicate with a lot of people. Within a few months though, they started adapting by … Continue reading