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twenty eight Apr. 2013
For my own second self-motivated learning activity, I decided to view the famous family motion picture Finding Nemo. I have seen this movie multiple times before, but following watching the movie with the knowledge I received from psychology, it made me think about the mindset aspects found within the movie. The vital thing I noticed was Marlin probably having a minor case of OCD in the scene wherever Marlin and Nemo happen to be leaving intended for Nemo's initial day of class. Marlin makes Nemo move in and out of the anemone too many times to make sure they are really safe to leave. Marlin repeats swimming in and out from the anemone while making Nemo do the same. Another thing I recently came across about film production company is Dory's short-term memory loss. I use noticed her short-term storage loss recently when I viewed the movie, nevertheless I did not consider her memory loss in the depth I did so the most recent time I viewed it. The sort of short-term storage loss Dory has is Anterograde stupor, which causes Dory to not have the ability to encode new memories including the name of Marlin's boy, Nemo, or perhaps why Marlin follows her in the beginning with the movie. Dory does not show how she came to include anterograde daydreaming, but when researching this sleepwalking I found that, " This sort of amnesia could be caused by a traumatic head harm which could cause permanent harm, or a even more temporary cause would be a power outage from drinking too much alcohol. вЂќ Though we do not understand the reason for Dory's memory reduction, we do know that she absolutely suffers from it. In conclusion, film production company Finding Nemo possesses facets of psychology that have been discussed during my general mindset class.
" Memory space Loss with Finding Nemo. " Section 12 & 13 F11 Psy 1001. N. g., 23 April. 2011. Internet. 28 April. 2013.