Psychology at the Movies explores the insights to be gained by applying various psychological lenses to popular films including cinematic depictions of human behavior, the psychology of filmmakers, and the impact of viewing movies. It uses the widest range of psychological approaches to explore movies, the people who make them, and the people who watch them.
Written in an accessible style with vivid examples from a diverse group of popular films, such as The Silence of the Lambs, The Wizard of Oz, Star Wars, Taxi Driver, Good Will Hunting, and A Beautiful Mind, it brings together psychology, film studies, mass communication, and cultural studies to provide an interdisciplinary perspective. It features an extensive bibliography for further exploration of various research fields.
What would have made Psychology at the Movies better?
The narration sounds like a robot. Very difficult to even sit through 5 minutes
Would you ever listen to anything by Skip Dine Young again?
How could the performance have been better?
Darren Stephens' performance is flat and difficult to listen to. NO modulation, no feeling, it really sounds like an artificial voice. So sorry. Cannot even listen past the 1st chapter.
Any additional comments?
I wish I had not purchased this book