Visual Narratives

Expressing Autism

[This (ongoing) experimental project is inspired by the research work of Dr. Noah J. Sasson & Daniel Faso of School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, UT Dallas.] Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder involving qualitative impairments in social interaction. One source of those impairments is difficulties creating facial expressions of emotion (fear, sadness, anger or happiness). Individuals with ASD can have very expressive faces, but the emotions conveyed could sometimes seem overly intense and unusual, for us whoRead More

Decoding Language of Street Psychology

Body languages (including postures & gestures) are quite integral part of clinical psychology; and I believe it’s quite important for photography too. Body language is the language of the body. We may think that we are only showing our emotions through our face; but that is, quite literally, only the tip of the iceberg. Our entire body, through it’s postures & gestures, participates in the business of either showing or hiding our mental state. Body language is extremely visual; observingRead More

Gorakhpur Encephalitis Endemic

Every year, some thousands of children of different states of India become victims of Acute Encephalitic Syndrome (AES). AES is an umbrella term for all clinical-neurological manifestations of inflammatory brain diseases caused by wide range of viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites, spirochetes, chemical and toxins. The disease is mostly affecting children up to age group of 15 with high mortality rate or leaves them with permanent neuropsychiatric disabilities. Gorakhpur of Uttar Pradesh and its surrounding areas are one of the worstRead More

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