Fri, 27 May 2016
Fueled by bitterness and disillusionment about Gotham's legal system, Lyle Bolton becomes the menacing, hyper-masculine enforcer "Lock Up." In our consideration of Lock Up's abusive treatment of Arkham's patients, we explain the similarities and differences between Lock Up and real-life participants in the classic psychology study, The Stanford Prison Experiment (1971). We also discuss Interactionism as a potential explanation for Lock Up's behavior. Listen now for our complete analysis!
Direct download: The_Arkham_Sessions_Episode_84_Lock-Up.mp3
Category:Pop Culture Psychology -- posted at: 6:12pm PST
Fri, 13 May 2016
One of the most requested episodes has finally arrived! When Harley is deemed "sane" and capable of going back into the public, she's determined to do what she can to keep herself out of trouble. But she's Harley, so you know that's going to be difficult. Still, we see progress in her and an unusually warm side to Batman, as well. Plus, we answer a listener's question about hybristophilia. What's that? Find out now!
Direct download: The_Arkham_Sessions_Episode_83_Harleys_Holiday.mp3
Category:Pop Culture Psychology -- posted at: 5:59pm PST