There are many areas of psychology that any one person can gravitate and be interested in this subject. The thing that intrigued me the most about this whole entire subject is the psychological disorders in chapter15. If you walk past someone down the street you might never know that a person could have a mental condition. Such as an anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, OCD and the list goes on. The misconceptions of having a mental disorder discussed in chapter 15 are true to people all around. There are a lot of misunderstandings when analyzing someone who has a psychological disorder. Many people with mental disorders can hide the fact that they have an illness but some are not so lucky and cannot conceal that they have a mental disease. The history of mental disorders is also very intriguing. It used to be considered to be a physical disorder rather than a mental one and would be treated by medicine. Most patients would have be placed into asylums because they were believed to be very harmful to others. They were placed in an environment that was overcrowded and understaffed so let's just say many patients suffered. It amazes me to see how many things have changed from asylums to now where there is an abundance of more information then there was in the past and the knowledge of mental disorders is still growing.