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Re: The Psychology of Fictional Characters and Some Irony

Posted: June 23rd, 2010, 8:55 pm
by Heather B
Not to mention she joins a schizophrenic, and narcoleptic mouse for tea :O

Then again she has flowers singing to her too so maybe her issue is she's just stoned?

Re: The Psychology of Fictional Characters and Some Irony

Posted: June 24th, 2010, 12:15 pm
by Mira
Or the flowers are.

Or Alice's author was - there has been speculation.

Okay, I think we've analyzed Alice. Yay us! How about Cinderella? I'm thinking she may have a dependent personality. Doesn't really stand up for herself and waits to be rescued.

Re: The Psychology of Fictional Characters and Some Irony

Posted: June 27th, 2010, 10:16 pm
by Heather B
The queen from Snow White: vanity.
Snow White: hallucinations; thinks she can talk to animals. Dependency issues; runs off with a complete stranger.

Re: The Psychology of Fictional Characters and Some Irony

Posted: June 29th, 2010, 1:40 am
by Mira
Snow White - hallucinations? absolutely. she sees little men in funny outfits running all over the place. :)

Re: The Psychology of Fictional Characters and Some Irony

Posted: January 3rd, 2012, 11:54 am
by Margo
bannexy wrote:What is the difference between counseling psychology and child psychology? I kind of confused of what they both study in. I would like to work with kids, but I would also like to focus on adults, should I study counseling psychology instead, would I be able to work with children?
My MA is in counseling psychology. Yes, you can work with any population with a counseling psychology degree (aside from those you have personal issues with, and we all have some population we discover we can't work with).