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Author Archives: Vishal Lama
Depression: Part 1
by Vishal Lama Introduction As part of a series on mental illness, to which I wrote a preface of sorts, earlier, the next few posts will be on the subject of depression (a kind of mood disorder) that affects a … Continue reading
Mathematics and Mental Illness
By Vishal Lama It shall be my endeavor as one of the editors of this blog to discuss topics that may perhaps be tangential to mathematics proper but, nevertheless, very important to anyone learning mathematics. Since students of mathematics – … Continue reading