Having studied many different psychological concepts throughout this semester, some interesting, some not so much, I have found that learning about the psychological disorders is knowledge that I have gained that will stick with me for quite awhile. I discovered that learning of different psychological disorders was extremely interesting, especially autism and schizophrenia. The ways these diseases affect the individual and the symptoms they cause are quite fascinating. One of the most interesting parts of studying about psychological disorders was reading of different cases of individuals who are extremely intelligent but also suffer from diseases like schizophrenia. Here are people who are suffering from very severe disorders yet have high brain activity and are high in intelligence. I don't see these diseases as a hinder but more of a window to what the brain is capable of achieving and handling. It provides a different outlook on the mystery that is the brain. But what I found most important about all of this, and what I will always remember is that as much as we may know now about the brain, there is still so much that we don't know. The brain in an organ with more questions that answers and more mystery that anything else.