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Characters on the Couch: Exploring Psychology Through Literature and Film

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Our favorite fictional characters from books and movies often display an impressive and wide range of psychological attributes, both positive and negative. We admire their resilience, courage, humanity, or justice, and we are intrigued by other characters who show signs of personality disorders and mental illness--psychopathy, narcissism, antisocial personality, paranoia, ...more
Hardcover, 334 pages
Published August 29th 2016 by Greenwood
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This book is for all interested in psychology that are totally into movies. For me this was a perfect opportunity to learn about the different aspects in an easy way for a non professional as it is very detailed and clearly written.
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