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Conducting Psychological Analyses â DramaticSubmit a 3-5 page manuscript that contains a psychological analysis of a televisionprogram or movie, not including the title page or reference list (the 5-7 pages listed inthe syllabus includes the title and reference pages).Option 1âTelevision Program:Select an episode from a popular, 30-60 min televisionprogram, describe the salient behaviors, activities, and/or interactions, and interpret that scene using psychologicalconcepts and principles. The presentationshould identify the title of the program and the name ofthe television network. Describe the episode and paraphrasethe dialogue. Finally, interpret behavior usingappropriate concepts and/or principles that refer to theresearch literature. You may use textbooks and Internet sources (but not Wikipedia) assupport of your position.Option 2âMovie Analysis:Analyze a feature film, available at a local video store or currently released,for its psychological content. Discuss the major themesbut try to concentrate on applying some of the moreobscure psychological terms, theories, or concepts. Forexample, the film Guess Whoâs Coming to Dinner? dealswith prejudice and stereotypes, but less obviously, thereis material related to attribution theory, person perception,attitude change, impression formation, and nonverbalcommunication. Briefly describe the plot and thenselect key scenes that illustrate one or more psychologicalprinciples. Describe how the principle is illustrated inthe movie and provide a critical analysis of the illustrationthat refers to the research literature. You may use textbooks and Internet sources (butnotWikipedia) to support your analysis.