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What Are 10 Psychological Concepts That Are In The Movie Seven

What are 10 psychological concepts that are in the movie Seven?

I have a project on psychology in the movie Seven and I need to find at least 10 general concepts throughout the movie. So far I have 7 but I'm really stuck finding 3 more. I need a scene that goes with each concept as well.

What are the seven dimensions of the Wiccan Religion?

There are7 basic dimensions on a religion,
Experiental- relationship with Jesus
Mythic- Gospel accounts of Jesus birth
Doctrianal- Incarnation, Trinity, Apostles Creed
Ethical- Commandmentsal- Beautitudes, Commandments
Ritual- baptism, sacraments
Social- the Church, monks, pope
Material- cathedrals and churches

Those were for Christianity, but i need the Wicca ones??? Im confused

Which is the one movie that you can watch 10 times and get a different meaning on every watch?

Movies with multiple concepts are always been the centre of discussions as the multiple theories and multiple conclusions by different people. Came across few movies which when seen multiple times shows different hidden meanings and ideas behind the concept.Enemy - Even knowing what this movie is all about still it confuses many people about the true identity of jake in the film.Fight club - Oh boy this movie, seeing it multiple times confuses us more and more. There are uncountable numbers of hidden things and meanings in this film.Memento - well seeing it multiple times clears the situation but we always get a feeling of emptiness like something we didn't get which we were supposed to.Neon demon - This is going to give you the nightmares. The dark concept and unexplained sequences are going to be confusing and will not make sense unless someone sees the film deeply from the VERY FIRST FRAME.

What mental disorder did the crazy guy from the movie Se7en have?

Not every murderer have a mental disorder, some people are just "BAD."

BUT to please your teacher, let's say "Psychosis"

>> Psychosis

>> 1) A mental disorder characterized by symptoms, such as delusions or hallucinations, that indicate impaired contact with reality.
>> 2) A severe mental disorder, more serious than neurosis, characterized by disorganized thought processes, disorientation in time and space, hallucinations, and delusions. Paranoia, manic depression, megalomania, and schizophrenia are all psychoses. One who suffers from psychosis is psychotic.

His biggest sign of "Psychosis" was "megalomania"

>> Megalomania 
>> 1) a symptom of mental illness (like Psychosis) marked by delusions of greatness, wealth, etc.
>> 2) a psychopathological condition characterized by delusional fantasies of wealth, power, or omnipotence.
>> 3) an obsession with grandiose or extravagant things or actions.

Movies with a theme of Conformity?

12 Angry Men
If you had to pick one movie to consider group conformity, persuasion, moral development, this is it. Based on the play, the film is shot entirely within the jury room, as the 12 men deliberate a murder case.

The Breakfast Club
This movie has become a cult favorite and still is relevant today. Five students are sentenced to Saturday detention in the school library. Each represents a different stereotype: jock, brain, criminal, basket case, princess. A fun film, yet still addresses concepts of conformity and bias.

The movie takes place on a lifeboat during World War II after a passenger ship was torpedoed by a German vessel, which also then sank. There are multiple Social Psychology concepts at play - prejudice, attitude change, conformity, etc., particularly when a German officer is one of the survivors pulled into the lifeboat.

Stand By Me
A group of boys hike through the woods to see a dead body. It is the journey, rather than its end, that is important. Friendship, family, conformity, peer pressure are all explored in the movie.

The Magnificent Seven
It is the simple story of a group of cowboys gathered together to protect a Mexican village from a raiding bandit. Each cowboy has his own motivations (allowing for exploration of level of Moral Development). The film also explores bias, conformity, attitude change.

What's are some of the best suspense movies of all time?

These movies are a must watch.Trance (2013) (IMDb)Predestination (2014) (IMDb)Sixth Sense (1999) (IMDb)Arrival (2016) (IMDb)The Girl on the Train (2016) (IMDb)The Hateful Eight (2015) (IMDb)Prisoners (2013) (IMDb)Shutter Island (2010) (IMDb)Devil (2010) (IMDb)Gone Girl (2014) (IMDb)Identity (2003) (IMDb)A Tale of Two Sisters (2003) - Korean (IMDb)Montage (2013) - Korean (IMDb)Memories of Murder (2003) - Korean (IMDb)Primer (2004) (IMDb)Zodiac (2007) (IMDb)Mulholland Drive (2001) (IMDb)Timecrimes (2007) (IMDb)Looper (2012) (IMDb)Vacancy (2007) (IMDb)Pulp Fiction (1994) (IMDb)Confession of Murder (2012) - Korean (IMDb)Mother (2009) - Korean (IMDb)Incendies (2010) (IMDb)The Ghost Writer (2010) (IMDb)Buried (2010) (IMDb)The Best Offer (2013) (IMDb)Se7ev (1995) (IMDb)The Machinist (2004) (IMDb)Side Effects (2013) (IMDb)Mystic River (2003) (IMDb)The Usual Suspects (1995) (IMDb)Coherence (2013) (IMDb)Source Code (2011) (IMDb)Stay (2005) (IMDb)Moon (2009) (IMDb)Cube (1997) (IMDb)The Prestige (2006) (IMDb)The Illusionist (2006) (IMDb)L.A. Confidential (1997) (IMDb)The Secret In Their Eyes (2009) (IMDb)The Others (2001) (IMDb)The Body (2012) (IMDb)The Orphanage (2007) (IMDb)Gone Baby Gone (2007) (IMDb)The Fight Club (1999) (IMDb)Donnie Darko (2001) (IMDb)The Bone Collector (1999) (IMDb)The Hidden Face (2011) (IMDb)Exam (2009) (IMDb)Inception (2010) (IMDb)Now You See Me (2013) (IMDb)Memento (2000) (IMDb)Unknown (2006) (IMDb)Unknown (2011) (IMDb)Unbreakable (2000) (IMDb)The Visit (2015) (IMDb)The Thirteenth Floor (1999) (IMDb)Triangle (2009) (IMDb)The Butterfly Effect (2004) (IMDb)Primal Fear (1996) (IMDb)Enemy (2013) (IMDb)The Maze Runner (2014) (IMDb)The Gift (2015) (IMDb)Jacob's Ladder (1990) (IMDb)Secret Window (2004) (IMDb)Insomnia (2002) (IMDb)The Jacket (2015) (IMDb)Goodnight Mommy (2014) (IMDb)Vanilla Sky (2001) (IMDb)Twelve Monkeys (1995) (IMDb)10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) (IMDb)Self/less (2015) (IMDb)A Beautiful Mind (2001) (IMDb)The Game (1997) (IMDb)Source: Sunny Kinger's answer to What are Hollywood's most mind-blowing movies?