Professor Anne Windus-Kelley PhD
10 May 2016
Fighting Two Battles at Once
For my final project I chose to interview two different people from two very different
walks of life.
Write Up Myriam Alzheimers Disease
Alzheimers Disease is marked by a noticeable decrease in cognitive abilities. Minor
memory lapses will develop in an inability to remember once important things in a persons life.
In Myriams case
Emilie Bi Polar Disorder
1. Several signs signaling Emilie had bi polar I were evident in the video.
a. Her speech was rapid and the thought behind it flighty. She jumped from subject to
subject all the while crocheting
1. Described childhood as building things like poles, bmx biking, seemed distracted
2. Lived on a donated church ground low income was horrible.
3. Stated if he said he wanted to be a father he would be labeled as having delusions of
Threaded Discussion 1
Multidimensional: adjective: of or involving several dimensions or aspects
The human brain is a complex and multidimensional piece of equipment. For as much as we
have learned about its functions, parts and relation to how we as h