Everyone’s brain is wired differently. It is what makes each of us unique. Unfortunately, historically in society this uniqueness is often defined as a neurological problem such as ADHD, Autism, depression, or anxiety. A newer perspective has emerged that challenges this historical way of thinking about neuropathology. In this course you will gain a deeper understanding how brains work and ways to appreciate neurological differences.
Wed // Nov. 1 // 7:00 – 8:30 PM
There are daily news reports of teens and adults spending unhealthy amounts of time using video games or cell phones. Some mental health experts consider this trend to be an epidemic. In this course you will gain a deeper understanding of how technology, like drugs, can be addictive and gain insight into how to address such issues
Wed // Nov. 8 // 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Do Plants Think?
Can a plant really, like a human, sense and respond to their environment and change accordingly? While this concept may seem bizarre this way of thinking was proposed as early as 1880 by Charles Darwin. In this course you will gain an understanding of basic neurobiology and how these basic biological concepts apply to plant perception.
Wed // Nov. 15 // 7:00 – 8:30 PM
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