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Psychology in Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

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Transcript of Psychology in Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

Psychology of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland
Mad Hatter
Personality disorders
Queen of Hearts
Personality Disorders
Alice
Ego
White Rabbit
Cheshire Cat
Body Image
Defense mechanisms
Alice's Ego
Alice believes she is the only person determining her future
QUOTE
The dog represents Alice's natural instincts, the way she responded shows her big ego.
Alice's Body Image
Alice's Defense Mechanisms
Freud's Psychosexual Stages
Schizotypal
dress
thinking
public
Narcissistic
Alice In Wonderland Syndrome
Compensation
Alice has no power as a little girl in her real world. So in Wonderland, to make up for it she is able to change her size.
Alice In Wonderland Syndrome (AWIS)
Symptoms
Oral Stage
always in need of help
asking for direction, lost when alone
eating things without care
asking for advice from anyone
believes she is superior to others
needs to be admired
little attention to others feelings
Antisocial
relationships
feelings and treatment towards others
right and wrong
violent
Ego
Egocentric
To resemble her big ego, in the new movie the queen has a very big head.
Freud's Psychosexual Stages
Anal Retentive
Alice once grows too big inside the rabbits house.
Personality disorder
OCD
organization
dirty
on time
Tourettes syndrome
Freud's Psycholsexual Stages
Anal Explosive
Cruel to others
enjoys power to order others around
likes when people follow her rules
has a short temper
Hallucination
It's believed the cat is one of Alice's hallucinations
Mad Hatter Syndrome
Mad Hatter Syndrome
Symptoms
-memory loss
-depression
-anxiety
Causes
Mercury poison
OCD or Autism
Example
Sources
Carroll, L. (1865). Alice's adventures in wonderland (C. Lebenzon, Ed.). London: Macmillan and co.

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