Eating Disorders of the Hungry Hungry Hippo
Did you ever play Hungry Hungry Hippos? If you can’t remember, then you might have something wrong with your Hippocampus.
According to Wikipedia this “is a major component of the brains of humans and other mammals. It belongs to the limbic system and plays important roles in long-term memory and spatial navigation. Like the cerebral cortex, with which it is closely associated, it is a paired structure, with mirror-image halves in the left and right sides of the brain. In humans and other primates, the hippocampus is located inside the medial temporal lobe, beneath the cortical surface.”
I can remember playing this game with my sister and younger brother and I know I enjoyed it.
It’s not often that I draw Psychology Cartoons dealing with weight issues and body image but, I was inspired by Margarita Tartakovsky. We talked a few weeks back about doing something together for a post. I’m planning on writing a post for her blog, but I can’t remember… I’ll have to e-mail her. Here is an excerpt from her about page:
“Weightless…a blog about body image, the skinny fad and freedom from numbers”
Weightless is about well-being, not weight; about fostering body image, regardless of your size. It’s about exposing women’s magazines, other mediums and so-called experts, when they’re touting unhealthy tips and promoting restrictive standards.
I think she can describe her blog much better than I can… I’ll just stick with the drawing.
I hope she can use it on her blog…
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Stewart, C. (2010). Eating Disorders of the Hungry Hungry Hippo. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 19, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2010/09/eating-disorders-of-the-hungry-hungry-hippo/