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10th Jun '17 3:16:06 PM DrPsyche
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* ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'': Averted for the most part. Psychological disorders in the series are treated yes, but never cured. Magnus's OCD for one thing is something he always has to deal with, it's only in light of his nervous breakdown does it begin to overwhelm his life but as he get's himself under control, he's able to manage his compulsions rather than cure himself of them. The story even has two psychologists: Rung (based on Carl Jung, who's treated as empathetic and competent) and Froid (largely treated as an unethical hack who later goes on to assist a serial killer) who both bring up various tropes on psychology.

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* ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'': Averted for the most part. Psychological disorders in the series are treated yes, but never cured. Magnus's OCD for one thing is something he always has to deal with, it's only in light of his nervous breakdown does it begin to overwhelm his life but as he get's himself under control, he's able to manage his compulsions rather than cure himself of them. The story even has two psychologists: Rung (based on Carl Jung, who's treated as empathetic and competent) and Froid (largely (based on Sigmund Freud, who's treated as an unethical hack who later goes on to assist a serial killer) who both bring up various tropes on psychology.
10th Jun '17 3:15:23 PM DrPsyche
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* ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'': Averted for the most part. Psychological disorders in the series are treated yes, but never cured. Magnus's OCD for one thing is something he always has to deal with, it's only in light of his nervous breakdown does it begin to overwhelm his life but as he get's himself under control, he's able to manage his compulsions rather than cure himself of them. The story even has two psychologists: Rung (based on Carl Jung, who's treated as empathetic and competent) and Froid (largely treated as an unethical hack who later goes on to assist a serial killer) who both bring up various tropes on psychology.
16th May '17 5:05:33 PM nombretomado
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* ''TwoAndAHalfMen:'' Mother issues are responsible for all of Charlie's womanizing and Alan's lack of women. Episodes have [[{{Anvilicious}} anvilized]] this to the point where Charlie has sex with a woman with the exact personality of his mother and Alan and Charlie have a sibling rivalry over an older woman Charlie's psychiatrist is convinced is a mother figure.

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* ''TwoAndAHalfMen:'' ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen:'' Mother issues are responsible for all of Charlie's womanizing and Alan's lack of women. Episodes have [[{{Anvilicious}} anvilized]] this to the point where Charlie has sex with a woman with the exact personality of his mother and Alan and Charlie have a sibling rivalry over an older woman Charlie's psychiatrist is convinced is a mother figure.
27th Apr '17 4:32:02 AM BrendanRizzo
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* This trope is practically dogma among some ultra conservatives[[note]]not your typical Republican or Tory, but someone who thinks [[EvilReactionary society has been in decline ever since it gave up absolute monarchy]][[/note]] despite (or perhaps [[IRejectYourReality because of]]) the fact that it is in complete contradiction to the true situation, in order to claim how rotten the modern liberal world is. This likely has something to do with [[StrawmanU the aforementioned humanities professors]].
14th Feb '17 4:45:54 PM Ch3shireDev
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** In ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'' we have Sybil's Psychotherapy, where according to Sybil, Sam's dream including Sybil means we has a thing to his mother.
2nd Jan '17 1:29:13 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''Anime/WelcomeToTheNHK'', Misaki makes this mistake, and tries to help Satou by interpreting his dreams based on a book about Freud. Satou decides to fool around, describing a [[FreudWasRight rather interesting dream]].

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* In ''Anime/WelcomeToTheNHK'', Misaki makes this mistake, and tries to help Satou by interpreting his dreams based on a book about Freud. Satou decides to fool around, describing a [[FreudWasRight rather interesting dream]].dream.
5th Dec '16 8:33:45 PM Drope
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', there's an episode where the main trio have to convince Freud himself to use this type of psychology instead of more painful methods. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:
-->'''Citizen''': Uh, I dreamt I was a watermelon.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', there's an episode where the main trio have to convince Freud himself to use this type of psychology instead of more painful methods.[[HypnoFool hypnotism]]. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:
-->'''Citizen''': -->'''Deputy''': Uh, I dreamt I was a watermelon.



-->'''Citizen''': Oh yeah...

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-->'''Citizen''': -->'''Deputy''': Oh yeah...
5th Dec '16 8:27:51 PM Drope
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', there's an where the main trio have to convince Freud to use this type of psychology instead of more painful methods. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', there's an episode where the main trio have to convince Freud himself to use this type of psychology instead of more painful methods. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:
5th Dec '16 8:27:20 PM Drope
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', where the main trio have to convince Freud to use this type of psychology instead of more painful methods. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', there's an where the main trio have to convince Freud to use this type of psychology instead of more painful methods. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:
5th Dec '16 8:26:13 PM Drope
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', where the main trio have to convince Freud to use this type of psychology instead of the more painful methods. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', where the main trio have to convince Freud to use this type of psychology instead of the more painful methods. It's parodied at the end, when Freud starts analyzing dreams from people in an audience:
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