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Finding Nemo Presentation

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Monique Mata

on 5 December 2013

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Used to be a funny easy going fishy.
His woman and other children get eaten by a scary fish.
Nemo is the only baby to survive.
This changes him into a worried, up-tight fish
Young Adulthood
Before his wife passed, they experienced consummate love: intimacy + Passion + Commitment. (Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love)
After she passes he experiences “singlism”.
He becomes a single parent to Nemo.

Intimacy vs Isolation
Marlin experienced Intimacy until his wife passed on. After that he experienced isolation and secluded himself from others, especially after Nemo went missing.

He pushed Dory away who was only trying to help.

After Nemo was found, it gives him relief and he becomes vulnerable to love once again. He learns to take chances + how to live life again!

Aidee Bustillos
Katie Ross
Monique Mata

Finding Nemo


Ages between 5-7 years
Starts Attending School
An Only Child
Born with A Birth Deffect
In which parents provide borad guidelines for behavior but children are capable of a sustanstial amount of independent, self-directed behavior
Coercive Cycle
Pattern in relations between parent and child in which the child's disobedient behavior evokes harsh responses from the parent, which makes the child even more resisitant to parental control, evoking harsher responses.
Dory is in the “Middle Adulthood” stage.
According to Raymond Cattell this is when one is the smartest.
Known as “fluid intelligence,” Dory’s problem solving abilities are their strongest at this age.
Dory’s memory loss can also be blamed on the stage in life that she is in. (Mani et al., 2005)
Dory’s attention span is also very short, this is also a sign of middle adulthood.

Generativity is the motivation to contribute to the well-being of younger generations . In “Finding Nemo” we see Dory trying to help Marlin find Nemo.

Stagnation is only looking out for one’s self interest. Dory displays no signs of this as she tries to help Marlin throughout the entire movie.

Hes about 40 or 50
from the ocean
has a cut up fin
accepted that he might live in the fish tank forever, but still has hope that he will make it back to the ocen
main goal: escape from the fish tank
hasn't reached expertise level but is creative
Middle Adulthood
Before he met Nemo, his time spent in the tank was all focused towards escaping from the tank
Since Nemo is small, he talked him into shutting off the filter which almost killed nemo
It was not till then, when Gill realized how selfish it was to use Nemo for his own personal desire.

Struggle with Stagnation
The End.
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