Doctor Who Psychology (2nd Edition): Times Change (Popular Culture Psychology)
Doctor Who has touched lives for multiple decades since its creation and has only evolved over time. This edited edition of Doctor Who Psychology updates content to reflect the current state of the Doctor.
Through this collection of essays, Travis Langley and others explore human psychology through beloved characters and the many faces of the Doctor. Through the perspective of Doctor Who, you’ll garner a deeper understanding of concepts that include the moral foundations of villainy, the five-factor model of personality, archetypes, and post-time-war stress disorder.
The book’s unique perspective explores concepts that include behavior, personality, and gender. Examples from the show are used to better understand these characters as archetypes and personalities that help us understand psychological concepts. Learn about personality types, intelligence, and the collective unconscious, and prepare to be captivated.
Interviews are featured that provide personal recollections from beloved actors such as recent actors (David Tennant, Jodie Whittaker, and Matt Smith) and classic Doctor Who cast (Sylvester McCoy and Peter Davison). This inclusion creates a fan-orientated atmosphere that explores the inner psyche of the Doctor, villains, and companions.
These essays are thought-provoking and provide intriguing insights about human behavior through the lens of Doctor Who.
|Page Count||416 pages|
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