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“The Psychology of Dexter’ – Book Review

The Psychology of Dexter

About a week ago I’ve been invited to read and review a book whose theme caught my attention immediately: “The Psychology of Dexter“, edited by Bella DePaulo (Ph.D.). Although other editors and publishing houses invited me in the past years to review their books, this is the first time I actually accepted and I am really glad I did so.

Here, on Psychology Corner, I’ve covered the “Dexter” subject in the article entitled 10 (Psychological) Reasons why we like Dexter Morgan, and now, when we are getting ready for the show’s 8th and final season, I really welcomed the oportunity of reading new perspectives on this topic and also refreshing my memory regarding key-concepts and dynamics of Dexter’s world.