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The Resource Captain America vs. Iron Man : freedom, security, psychology, edited by Travis Langley, Ph. D. ; [foreword by Stan Lee]

Captain America vs. Iron Man : freedom, security, psychology, edited by Travis Langley, Ph. D. ; [foreword by Stan Lee]

Label
Captain America vs. Iron Man : freedom, security, psychology
Title
Captain America vs. Iron Man
Title remainder
freedom, security, psychology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Travis Langley, Ph. D. ; [foreword by Stan Lee]
Title variation
Captain America versus Iron Man
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
YDXCP
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1964-
  • 1922-2018
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  • Langley, Travis
  • Lee, Stan
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  • Iron Man (Fictitious character)
  • Comic books, strips, etc.
  • Superheroes
  • Psychology and literature
  • Captain America
  • Iron Man
Label
Captain America vs. Iron Man : freedom, security, psychology, edited by Travis Langley, Ph. D. ; [foreword by Stan Lee]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Unauthorized"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Travis Langley
  • Missions.
  • Punching Hitler: symbols in red, white, blue, and gold
  • Tommy Cash and Travis Langley
  • Training time tales with Steven and Anthony: the I/O psychology of getting better and being super
  • E. Paul Zehr and Travis Langley
  • Codes of masculinity: the road to conflict
  • Alan Kistler and Billy San Juan
  • Depth file II: ego /
  • Travis Langley
  • Origins.
  • Ideals.
  • Wild heroes: the hard work of being "moral"
  • Eric D. Wesselmann and J. Scott Jordan
  • A shield by any other name: the power of the prosocial role model in a mask
  • Alex Langley
  • Leading the Earth's mightiest heroes
  • Lara Taylor Kester -- Depth file III: superego
  • Travis Langley
  • Final word: struggle
  • Travis Langley
  • Moral decisions in Marvel's Civil War: states of hero development
  • Mara Wood
  • Trauma shapes a superhero
  • Janina Scarlet and Jenna Busch
  • What it takes to be a superhero
  • Patrick O'Connor
  • Depth file I: id
Control code
ocn923551804
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xv, 176 pages
Isbn
9781454917120
Other physical details
illlustrations, portraits
Label
Captain America vs. Iron Man : freedom, security, psychology, edited by Travis Langley, Ph. D. ; [foreword by Stan Lee]
Publication
Note
"Unauthorized"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Travis Langley
  • Missions.
  • Punching Hitler: symbols in red, white, blue, and gold
  • Tommy Cash and Travis Langley
  • Training time tales with Steven and Anthony: the I/O psychology of getting better and being super
  • E. Paul Zehr and Travis Langley
  • Codes of masculinity: the road to conflict
  • Alan Kistler and Billy San Juan
  • Depth file II: ego /
  • Travis Langley
  • Origins.
  • Ideals.
  • Wild heroes: the hard work of being "moral"
  • Eric D. Wesselmann and J. Scott Jordan
  • A shield by any other name: the power of the prosocial role model in a mask
  • Alex Langley
  • Leading the Earth's mightiest heroes
  • Lara Taylor Kester -- Depth file III: superego
  • Travis Langley
  • Final word: struggle
  • Travis Langley
  • Moral decisions in Marvel's Civil War: states of hero development
  • Mara Wood
  • Trauma shapes a superhero
  • Janina Scarlet and Jenna Busch
  • What it takes to be a superhero
  • Patrick O'Connor
  • Depth file I: id
Control code
ocn923551804
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xv, 176 pages
Isbn
9781454917120
Other physical details
illlustrations, portraits

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