Literature neuroscience Essays

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Madman’s Diary by Lu Xun

Introduction Lu Xun was a tremendous short writer; his famous contributions to the modern Chinese literature are well known across the different realms of study. His life experiences led him from the streets of China to the corners of Japan in search of education. His skills as a Chinese resident in the early 19th century […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1178 Topics: Clinical Psychology, Mental Disorder, Mental Health, Neuroscience

What is the Community Like in the Giver?

Imagine being in a society where you don’t have the ability of emotion. Emotions can impact us in various ways that can make us grow as a person. For example, How did the feeling of pain affect Jonas ? How did it impact the community to not have any sense of pain? What comes from […]

Pages: 3 Words: 800 Topics: Neuroscience, Social, The Giver
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Impact of Loneliness

“2010 study concluded that weak social connections are associated with a reduction in lifespan similar to the effect of smoking 15 cigarettes a day.” Social isolation leads to depression and violent behavior. In the novel, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, the creature suffered from social isolation which led him to act out of violence and murder […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1372 Topics: Clinical Psychology, Disease, Emotion, Health, Loneliness, Mental Disorder, Mental Health, Neuroscience

The Narrator of the Yellow Wallpaper

In the beginning of the story, the narrator explained the house as being a beautiful, silent, far away from the village, gated, and a haunted house. She already described the home as something devil-like possessed and wondered why else the house went on sale for so cheap and why it was abandoned for so long. […]

Pages: 3 Words: 928 Topics: Anxiety, Clinical Psychology, Health, Medicine, Mental Disorder, Mental Health, Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, The Yellow Wallpaper

Analysis the Yellow Wallpaper

In the story The Yellow Wallpaper, Charlotte Perkins Gillman may seem to tell the story of a woman that is struggling with mental illness. When considering the historical context of the story, it’s clear that Gillman was commenting on the limited resources available to women during the nineteenth century. The narrator begins her journal by […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1155 Topics: Clinical Psychology, Health, Medicine, Mental Health, Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, The Yellow Wallpaper
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