Hoarding

The first law of kipple by Dan Tobin Smith Compulsive hoarding usually results in an unmanageable build up of items that appear to have no value. Objects, which photographer Dan Tobin Smith chose to… Continue reading

Conduction Aphasia

The Language Thief by Yvetta Fedorova   Conduction aphasia is a relatively rare language disorder. Conduction aphasics understand speech well and their speech production is fluent, however may be difficult to comprehend as… Continue reading

Ink Blots

What do you see? The Rorschach ink blot is a psychological test designed to assess personality. It’s a projective test, so the idea is that when you see an ambiguous or meaningless inkblot,… Continue reading

Paranoia

“Untitled” by Steven Quinn “I feel as if people that are close to me are trying to poison me, and every time I go to dinner there they are giving me more of… Continue reading

Hydrocephalus

Hydrocephalus, also known as water on the brain, is a medical condition cause by an excessive production of Cerebro Spinal Fluid (CSF). CSF’s main function is to protect the brain from damage, but… Continue reading

Addiction

“Compulsive physiological and psychological need for a habit-forming substance.” ‘PillHEAD’ by Anthony Zinonos Source

Amnesia

“Memory loss, also called amnesia, occurs when a person loses the ability to remember events and information they would normally be able to recall. This could be something that happened only seconds or minutes ago, or a memorable… Continue reading

Gender Confusion

“Gender identity disorder (GID) is used to describe a male or female that feels a strong identification with the opposite sex and experiences considerable distress because of their actual sex.” ‘Elefanta’ by Alejandra Villasmil… Continue reading

Tunnel Vision

“Defective sight in which objects cannot be properly seen if not close to the center of the field of view. The tendency to focus exclusively on a single or limited goal or point… Continue reading