Psychotherapists on Film, 1899-1999: A Worldwide Guide to Over 5000 Films, Том 1

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McFarland, 1 апр. 2004 г. - Всего страниц: 362
How long have psychotherapists been depicted in films? Nearly as long as there have been films -- or psychotherapists, for that matter. This isn't surprising if one considers that the Freudian revolution in psychology and the invention of motion pictures occurred at about the same time. What may be surprising is the sheer number of times that psychotherapists, in their many guises, have shown up in the movies and how their depiction has reflected changing social attitudes about psychotherapy over the last century. This comprehensive worldwide filmography examines over 5000 movies. Films in which mental health professionals appear, or in which others act in that capacity, are listed alphabetically. A preface explains the criteria for a film's inclusion, and a lengthy introduction and guide to the filmography explores the changing social attitudes mirrored by the movies. Appendices list the titles by decade; alternate titles for many films; recent releases; and qualifying adult films. The filmography is published as a set of two volumes. Volume 1 includes the preface, introduction, and entries from "A" through "L." Volume 2 includes entries from "M" through "Z," the appendices, and index. Replacement volumes can be obtained individually under ISBN 0-7864-1907-5 (for Volume 1) and ISBN 0-7864-1908-3 (for Volume 2).

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John Flowers is a clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at Chapman University. The late Paul Frizler was a professor of literature and film studies at Chapman University.

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