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What's the Matter With Batman? An Unauthorized Clinical Look Under the Mask of the Caped Crusader #2020

What s the Matter With Batman An Unauthorized Clinical Look Under the Mask of the Caped Crusader Batman dresses in costume spends a good part of his wealth to support the lifestyle of his bat alter ego and puts his life on the line nightly There must be something wrong with him right This ques

  • Title: What's the Matter With Batman? An Unauthorized Clinical Look Under the Mask of the Caped Crusader
  • Author: Robin S. Rosenberg
  • ISBN: 9781477478554
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback
  • What's the Matter With Batman? An Unauthorized Clinical Look Under the Mask of the Caped Crusader By Robin S. Rosenberg, Batman dresses in costume, spends a good part of his wealth to support the lifestyle of his bat alter ego, and puts his life on the line nightly There must be something wrong with him, right This question is that heart of What s the Matter With Batman Clinical psychologist and Abnormal Psychology author Robin Rosenberg delves into the mind of Batman She examines hisBatman dresses in costume, spends a good part of his wealth to support the lifestyle of his bat alter ego, and puts his life on the line nightly There must be something wrong with him, right This question is that heart of What s the Matter With Batman Clinical psychologist and Abnormal Psychology author Robin Rosenberg delves into the mind of Batman She examines his problems, issues, and possible symptoms to determine whether he suffers from any of a variety of psychiatric disorders such as depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, antisocial personality disorder, and others Dr Rosenberg also addresses why he trains minors to be sidekicks in his dangerous profession, as well as his disappointing love life Dr Rosenberg is uniquely qualified to examine Batman in this light she writes college level psychology textbooks and writes extensively about psychology and superheroes She is series editor of the Superhero series with Oxford University Press and has been featured discussing psychology and superheroes in various media including The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, the Financial Times, National Public Radio, Pacific Standard magazine, the Boston Phoenix and the documentary Superheroes.

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    1 thought on “What's the Matter With Batman? An Unauthorized Clinical Look Under the Mask of the Caped Crusader

    1. A great in depth look at BatmanI believe that some of the deepest stories and characters can be found in comics Batman is arguably one of the most complex subjects one could ask for First off, I work as a therapist in the mental health and substance abuse fields, and I was very excited to read this book The author doesn t engage in any kind of pop psychology, but displays legitimate clinical skill and utilizes clear cut criteria for the various possibilities of what kind of mental illness Batman [...]

    2. An interesting primer on psychology from the perspective of the Caped Crusader If Batman or Bruce Wayne, to an extent suffers from any mental ailments the citizens of Gotham City benefit From manic depressive to OCD, the book covers the basics on everything The book includes clinical notes, citations and examples from the Batman canon Omitted from the book appears to be the list of Batman media Dr Rosenberg reviewed, but there is no need to review every single piece of crap Batman story, cartoon [...]

    3. A month or so ago, I heard the author s interview on NPR about this book and I was than a little intrigued I had just finished writing a superhero book of my own Emily Dickinson, Superhero , and while researching my book, I found a book called, After Great Pain, which is a psychological analysis of Emily Dickinson based on her poetry and letters It made me think, Wouldn t it be cool if someone did an analysis of superheroes Well, Robin Rosenberg has and her book, What s The Matter With Batman i [...]

    4. Rosenberg really did the necessary homework for this one Maybe she came in as a psych student who had read and watched hundreds of batman stories Either way, she entertains, at least for Batman fanatics like me.

    5. I m not a hardcore Batman fan, so I found interesting and new information about both Batman and psychology A very interesting and easy read.

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