Malin Gingnell and Doris Rusch – Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Anxiety
- Date: –12:00
- Location: Seminar through Zoom (contact Maria Björkman for link)
- Organiser: Department of History of Science and Ideas and Centre for Medical Humanities
- Contact person: Maria Björkman
The MedHum Seminar
What is anxiety? When is it just a part of the human condition, when is it a cultural expression, and when does it become pathological? Can we use metaphors to understand anxiety, and to help people suffering from it? In this seminar, we enter into an interdisciplinary dialogue about anxiety and about how games might represent–and perhaps soothe–this emotion.
Malin Gingnell, Department of Psychology/Department of Neuroscience: "Keep away or stay – anxiety disorders, neurobiology and treatment.”
Doris Rusch, Department of Game Design: "Grappling ghosts – Metaphorical game design to make intangible aspects of the human experience tangible."