Webcast with Susannah Cahalan, New York Times Bestselling Author

Friday, March 6, 2020 - 11:00am
Webcast with Susannah Cahalan March 6
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Palo Alto University Professor Rayna Hirst and the Association of Neuropsychology Students in Training (ANST) Interest Group at PAU present a live webcast featuring:
 
Susannah Cahalan, renowned author of the #1 New York Times bestselling memoir "Brain on Fire." Calahan will discuss her new book, "The Great Pretender."
 
Friday, March 6, 2020
11 am to 12 pm (PST)
Zoom Webcast*
Please RSVP via this link by Friday, February 28.
 
*Due to limited on-campus parking at the Allen Calvin Campus, the webinar for alumni is only available via Zoom. Virtual attendees will receive an email with a Zoom link two days before the event.  
 
About the Book
"The Great Pretender" investigates the mystery behind a radical experiment conducted in the 1970s by Stanford social psychologist David Rosenhan. The experiment involved seven healthy and sane people who were convinced to fake insanity and admit themselves to mental hospitals to test the reliability of psychiatric diagnoses. The results of the study sent shockwaves through the field of Psychiatry and transformed the mental health care system, but not without intense scrutiny- what did this study actually prove?
 
"'The Great Pretender' is a true-life detective story that doubles as a sweeping history of our broken mental health-care system. Cahalan herself has experienced this system as both a patient and a reporter, and her background informs every fascinating page of this dogged investigative odyssey." - Luke Dittrich, New York Times bestselling author of Patient H.M.
 
About the Association of Neuropsychology Students in Training (ANST) Interest Group
ANST is the student organization for Division 40 (Clinical Neuropsychology) of the American Psychological Association (APA). The purpose of ANST is to provide a voice for the students in training in clinical neuropsychology, provide a platform where students in training can come together to discuss training issues, and provide many important resources and services for aspiring clinical neuropsychologists.
 
ANST's Faculty Advisor is Dr. Rayna Hirst. Dr. Hirst's BRAIN lab (Behavioral Research and Assessment In Neuropsychology) conducts research in brain-behavior relationships and neuropsychological assessment.
 
Location: Palo Alto University
 
 
 
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