What I Thought: Before I decided to take social cognition, I really didn’t think there was a different style of teaching offered to students. I’m not technically wrong, most (if not all) teaching styles involve a form of information delivery to a student and they are marked based on how well they can regurgitate that… Continue reading Social Cognition: Introspect or Retrospect?
Abstract: The goal of this article is to summarize the past three blogs focused around depression and social cognition as well as include some of my critical insight on how we as a society could make things better for individuals suffering. Through exploring the theories, risk factors, and treatments associated with this mental disorder, I will attempt… Continue reading Social Cognition and Depression 4/4: Synthesis
Abstract: For my last blog before my synopsis I want to focus on some of the treatments that surround depression and how they affect individuals interacting within society. I, as I’ve said before have been diagnosed with depression so some of these therapies are near and dear to me. I want to explain some of… Continue reading Social Cognition and Depression 3/4: Treatments for Society