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The Psychology of the Simpsons: D'oh! (Psychology of Popular Culture series)

The Psychology of the Simpsons: D'oh! (Psychology of Popular Culture series)

Psychologists turn their attention to The Simpsons, one of America’s most popular and beloved shows, in these essays that explore the function and dysfunctions of the show’s characters. Designed to appeal to both fans of the show and students of psychology, this unique blend of science and pop culture consists of essays by professional psychologists drawn from schools and clinical practices across the country. Each essay is designed to be acc... more

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The Emerging Film Composer: An Introduction to the People, Problems, and Psychology of the Film Music Business

The Emerging Film Composer: An Introduction to the People, Problems, and Psychology of the Film Music Business

An introduction to the People, Problems and Psychology of the film music business... more

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The Psychology of Dexter (Psychology of Popular Culture)

The Psychology of Dexter (Psychology of Popular Culture)

Dexter Morgan: Police forensic analyst. Family man. Serial killer. And the star of Showtime’s most-watched series, Dexter.Aimed at Dexter devotees and armchair psychologists, The Psychology of Dexter takes on the psychological complexities of the popular series with an eye towards insight and accessibility. It analyzes not just the title character, but his family, coworkers, and even his viewers. What makes Dexter tick? And what makes a show ab... more

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Monsters, Demons and Psychopaths: Psychiatry and Horror Film

Monsters, Demons and Psychopaths: Psychiatry and Horror Film

Humans have experienced the emotion of horror since the beginning of our existence. Society's perceptions of mental illness have inspired film portrayals of monsters, ghosts, demonic possession, zombies, and psychopaths. This book introduces a way to engage learners in understanding psychiatry through horror films. It guides the reader on a journey of interpreting horror films from psychological, medical, artistic, and philosophical points of vie... more

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Positive Psychology at the Movies: Using Films to Build Virtues and Character Strengths

Positive Psychology at the Movies: Using Films to Build Virtues and Character Strengths

New Edition Coming Spring 2013!Now with dozens of evocative movie images to help discuss key pointsThree completely new chapters on "PERMA" (positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning, and accomplishment), the 5 core areas of well-being discussed by positive psychologists:o Positive Relationshipso Mindfulness and Resilienceo Achievement, Meaning, Engagement, and Positive EmotionsNow discusses nearly 1,500 positive psychology movies - 4... more

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The Psychology of Survivor: Leading Psychologists Take an Unauthorized Look at the Most Elaborate Psychological Experiment Ever Conducted . . . Survivor! (Psychology of Popular Culture)

The Psychology of Survivor: Leading Psychologists Take an Unauthorized Look at the Most Elaborate Psychological Experiment Ever Conducted . . . Survivor! (Psychology of Popular Culture)

Survivor has proven to be one of the most popular shows to ever hit television screens. What has this pop culture phenomenon shown us — by placing a few hundred people on islands around the world — about the psychological make-up of the average American? In Psychology of Survivor, the third installment of BenBella Books's Psychology of Popular Culture series, leading psychologists — and fans of Survivor — unite to offer up their expertis... more

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Doctor Who Psychology: A Madman with a Box

Doctor Who Psychology: A Madman with a Box

How does an immortal deal with death? What kind of person makes the best Companion? Why does the Doctor say he and Freud "got on very well"? How do the Daleks and Cybermen reflect concerns about losing our humanity? And what can looking at an ancient Time Lord teach us about real human nature? Doctor Who Psychology: A Madman with a Box explores these questions and many more. Chapters include:"Getting to the Hearts of Time Lord Personality Chang... more

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Characters on the Couch: Exploring Psychology through Literature and Film

Characters on the Couch: Exploring Psychology through Literature and Film

Providing intriguing insights for students, film buffs, and readers of various genres of fiction, this fascinating book delves into the psychology of 100 well-known fictional characters.• Provides an engaging and entertaining way to learn about both positive psychology and mental health issues through the behavior of interesting and often familiar characters, leading to a better understanding of human behavior• Helps readers distinguish reali... more

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Psychology for Screenwriters

Psychology for Screenwriters

Screenwriters must understand human behavior to make their stories come alive. This book clearly describes theories of personality and psychoanalysis with simple guidelines, thought provoking exercises, vivid film images and hundreds of examples from classic movies.... more

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Wonder Woman Psychology: Lassoing the Truth

Wonder Woman Psychology: Lassoing the Truth

Lasso the truth....A fascinating analysis of the psychology behind Wonder Woman. For 75 years, Wonder Woman has served as an inspiration to people everywhere. Wonder Woman Psychology: Lassoing the Truth examines this powerful superhero--who was created by famous psychologist William Moulton Marston--through 20 chapters, including some very special interviews and the previously unpublished memoir of Elizabeth Holloway Marston. This collection ana... more

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