Film and the new psychology

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This paper identifies and critiques some of the interdisciplinary strategies adopted in recent trends in cinema studies. Prevalent psychological assumptions and normative claims are examined, and some alternative approaches are proposed. Typical theses about narrative in the cinema provide a particular point of focus.

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Paisley Livingston
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